June 3, 2019

Theology is critical for all, especially for Christians. A denial of the need for theology is often just an excuse for laziness and disbelief. It is this poor logic that plights the liberal and shallow branches of Christianity. Embracing such deceptions, they will convince themselves that aimless acceptance and/or misguided passion is an adequate replacement for Jesus’ propitiation of God’s wrath. Read more

May 13, 2019

As a believer who considers the gathering of the saints as a commanded, valuable, necessary privilege of grace; I had always struggled with these talks – I suppose I still do. Read more

May 9, 2019

I have spent the past few days pondering the events surrounding the death of Rachel Held Evans and wondering of what use it would be to contribute towards the discussion that has ensued in her passing. In some sense, I feel there is little to contribute, as many finer writers than I have given commentary on the event, expressing not only condolences to her family and those impacted by her, but have even set up GoFundMe fundraisers in order to… Read more

May 3, 2019

No shortage of talking points has been spurred by Julie Zauzmer in her Washington Post article on the recent synagogue shooting in Poway, California. Several internet commentators have taken this incident to the front lines of the racial reconciliation debate amongst Evangelicals, claiming Earnest’s manifesto is the natural result of his Reformed roots. The reason being (according to some): Reformed Christians have not done enough to condemn the evils of white supremacy in the church and broader American culture. The… Read more

April 12, 2019

Unless you’re time traveling with Doctor Who or Sam Beckett into Israel’s Babylonian exile, hearing someone proclaim Jeremiah 29:11 over their life and future should give you just pause to utter, in true Quantum Leap fashion, “Oh, boy.” While a wonderful verse of promise and hope, it is given within a very specific context often ignored by modern Christians. The text has nothing to do with how God plans to use your overpriced liberal arts degree to prosper you and… Read more

April 11, 2019

The extraordinary assertions made by Jesus, as written in the bible, about Himself and His kingdom, are so prodigious and formidable they command a thoughtful evaluation from even the most rigid skeptics. Read more

April 8, 2019

Revelation 20:1-6 is perhaps one of the most contested passages in all of Scripture. It is certainly the most debated in the book of Revelation. Interpretations of Revelation 20:1-6 can be categorized into three main positions: premillennialism, postmillennialism, and amillennialism. The debate between these positions focuses on three exegetical issues: 1) Recapitulation and the relative time frame of Revelation 20:1-6 to what precedes it, 2) The nature of the binding of Satan, and 3) The nature of the first resurrection…. Read more

March 11, 2019

I’m ready to admit what needs to be admitted by a majority of fathers out there. I’m guilty—guilty of letting the world raise my kids. I’m guilty of lazily passing the buck on discipling my two daughters while they develop worldviews from Netflix & YouTube. I’ve allowed the tablets and phones to become full-time babysitters. Hoax or not, the recent Momo Challenge  embedded in YouTube videos should be enough for parents to say, “enough is enough” — especially for fathers. I… Read more

March 8, 2019

In recent weeks, I’ve been alarmed to see Francis Chan step out in Ecumenism with those who have no other title than “wolf”. Two rather irenic photos have been shared lately, showing Francis Chan embracing heretical teachers Todd White and Benny Hinn. Both men are known to promote the prosperity gospel, among several other notable errors condemned by the early church. It isn’t a point of knowing if their doctrinal well is poisoned, but why Francis Chan is partnering with these… Read more

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

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