March 1, 2019

It’s been almost 2 years since I listed out my definitive Top 10 Christian Podcasts and the landscape of Christian Podcasts has changed. Because podcasting remains an effective, relevant, and low barrier of entry to promote ideas, it’s almost impossible to keep up with new podcasts. Yet, the great ones remain a valuable asset to assist Christian edification. An update to our 2017 list is needed. Read more

February 26, 2019

A while back, I wrote a post titled: God’s Will For Your Life Is That You Would Suffer. The heart of the piece dealt with three aspects of the Will of God and built a theology showing that indeed, God does will that we would suffer. These aforementioned aspects included God’s Decretive Will (His decreed or sovereign will), His Preceptive Will (His revealed will in the Scriptures), and God’s Permissive Will (His allowance of evil, and so forth). In the piece… Read more

February 14, 2019

In this article, I will briefly summarize their arguments to show why infanticide is consistent with the arguments made for abortion, and then provide a critique from a Christian worldview which demonstrates the problems with the arguments for abortion and infanticide. Read more

January 24, 2019

The advent of social media has brought us much to be indebted for. Never before have we been so swiftly and easily able to see the heart condition of a person, whether they hide behind a pseudonym or have the stones enough to just come right out with their given name. In that same sense, never before have we been able to witness the utter hypocrisy of their chronological snobbery. Never before have we been able to readily see the… Read more

January 23, 2019

I want to grab everyone by the ears, look them in the eye, and remind them that they are being duped by Gillette’s marketing Read more

January 15, 2019

It has become somewhat of a fad among biblical scholars to deny the historicity of Genesis, in particular chapters 1-11. Peter Enn’s is the classic example of a once conservative biblical scholar who “grew up” and now questions the historicity of Genesis. In this article I wish to do two things: first, give four basic reasons why I think that Genesis 1-11 is historical, and second, answer four objections to the historicity of Genesis 1-11. Before I jump in to… Read more

January 11, 2019

Covetousness and discontentment are intimately wed, insomuch the route to covetousness is fueled through a lack of contentment. Inevitably, the malcontent turns from their blessings in favor of another’s and thereby fuels their resentment for God’s good gifts and their neighbor. That which the covetous have, they cannot enjoy, and that which they so desperately desire to fill them, would produce all the more covetousness in them if they would have it. We think of sin as individual temptations rather… Read more

January 10, 2019

I recently held a conversation with a few Christians who sharply disagreed that mocking an unbeliever can ever be fruitful. Their argument: it tarnishes our witness for Christ and does nothing to change the perception the world has that Christians are jerks. While on the surface, the goal is commendable and I don’t entirely disagree with their premise, it truthfully doesn’t take into account that sometimes, the most Christian thing a person can do is mock someone or something. Nor… Read more

January 9, 2019

As Christians consider New Year’s Resolutions to improve our lives, families, and health, we should not forget the primary lesson learned in this story: the charge given to the woman at the caught in adultery. Read more

December 10, 2018

Heralded by Calvinists as irrefutable proof of God’s sovereignty in salvation, Romans 9-11 is arguably the most theologically complex section in all of scripture. One can (and should) spend a life time considering the implications of these verses and what they mean for God’s plan of redemption. Having examined many arguments about why this text doesn’t mean God is wholly sovereign in salvation, I have never found any of them to be even slightly compelling. This is especially true for… Read more

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