Like a lot of my friends, I set myself a goal to read more in 2021. And for me that didn’t necessarily mean reading a higher number of books; instead, I focused on reading longer and older works than I… Read More ›
Different worship styles may not appeal to every Christian, but here are the things I’ve really come to love about traditional, liturgical styles of worship. I also hope I can clear up some objections and misperceptions about liturgy, and help… Read More ›
In which I plead for more Christian education in contemporary churches.
Does the Bible come with a thesis statement? Turns out it has several. Here’s what we can learn from examining them all.
This past Sunday I had the pleasure of teaching a session at our church on the purpose and authority of Scripture. It is amazing to me to see the myriad ways in which people approach the questions of “What is… Read More ›
I recently had the pleasure of being invited to write a guest post for Anglican Compass about my journey into the Anglican denomination! You can check it out via this link below:
I’m currently teaching through the book of 1 Samuel and I was surprised by the fresh relevance of a particular scene in it. 1 Samuel 4 hasn’t been a source of great devotional insight to me previously, but in the… Read More ›
In a first for this site, I’ve had the privilege of being invited to host this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival! These carnivals are a long-running tradition in the world of academic biblical studies blogging, and I greatly enjoyed putting this together…. Read More ›