Evolving Evangelicalism (part 9): Adam and Eve’s Story is a Parable About Us All?

The following series is based on my senior paper for Seminary. You may remember a video where I invited people to contribute their stories to help make my case. For the next couple weeks, I’ve decided to share my findings with you all. There will be a “thesis/problem” section, a “biblical theology” section, and an [Read More...]

Evolving Evangelicalism (part 8): Adam and Eve are historical?

The following series is based on my senior paper for Seminary. You may remember a video where I invited people to contribute their stories to help make my case. For the next couple weeks, I’ve decided to share my findings with you all. There will be a “thesis/problem” section, a “biblical theology” section, and an [Read More...]

Resolve to Be Green in 2012: Plastic Bags, John Stott, and the Reign of God

Recently in Seattle Washington a city ordinance was passed which bans the use of single use plastic bags.  In other words, if you go to the grocery store to purchase food in Seattle (and other cities) you will not be given a plastic bag to carry it out.  Plastic bags are banned.  I personally think [Read More...]

John Stott Passes, Leaving Behind a Legacy for Younger Evangelicals

Pastor and theologian John Stott passed away today at the age of 90. The more I read him, the more I am blessed that he made room for some of us younger evangelicals to wrestle with many difficult theological issues of our day. He believed: evolution and Scripture are compatible, in a conditional immortality view [Read More...]


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