Greetings, fellow shut-ins and those who still roam free! In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, my work has mandated that everyone stay away from the office and work from home. And while my city hasn’t officially declared a quarantine,… Read More ›
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 ›
The gospel is often one of those things we think we understand. But if I asked you to explain what “the gospel” is, what would you say? And more importantly, would it match what Scripture says?
A lot of folks have been talking about Andy Stanley this week. The North Point Community Church pastor has drawn fire (again) for his controversial comments on the Old Testament. Earlier in 2018, Stanley stated in a sermon (which you… Read More ›
In my previous two posts, we looked at the major Christian denominations and their differences. If you missed them, you can check them out here: A Handy-Dandy Breakdown of Different Christian Denominations and Why Are There So Many Denominations? Despite their differences… Read More ›
One topic that can be confusing for newer Christians is the seemingly endless variety of church denominations. Especially in the part of America where I live, you could find anywhere from three to thirty different types of churches in the… Read More ›