You know the old cliché: “Those who don’t know their history are doomed to repeat it.” And yet, sadly, when the subject of church history is brought up among many churchgoers these days, there’s not a lot of knowledge evident…. Read More ›
Some books have the power to change the course of a life. Here are ten books that have had a massive impact on my life, my thinking, and my faith.
1 Peter’s opening words teach us that Christian identity is all about our covenant relationship to Jesus Christ and our walk with him. Everything we are and do should flow from that identity. And every trial we suffer can be overcome because of that identity.
At the time of year when the radio, the TV, the neighbors, and even the soulless retail stores were shouting “Joy to the world,” I was enduring a dark and silent crisis of faith.
Here’s a topic I’ve had a lot of people ask me about lately. And it’s one I write about with much fear and trembling! Not because I haven’t studied it out, but because it’s kind of like talking about people’s political… Read More ›
We’ve been taking a look at one of the core doctrines of the Christian faith: belief in God as Trinity. We believe in one God who eternally exists as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. As classical theologians have sought to… Read More ›
(Unless otherwise noted, all Scripture quotations are from the CSB). We’re taking a look at one of the core doctrines of the Christian faith: belief in God as Trinity. We believe in one God who eternally exists as Father, Son,… Read More ›
One of the most central beliefs of the Christian faith is the recognition that God is triune – he’s three-in-one; a Trinity. We believe that there is only one God, but the one God eternally exists as Father, Son, and Holy… 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 ›