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 ›
Sin is a tricky thing. We might think we understand what we’re dealing with, but oftentimes the problem we see on the surface is merely the symptom of a deeper, underlying issue. That’s especially the case with sloth (not the… Read More ›
One question commonly grips readers of Revelation: what exactly is the identity of the strange cast of characters surrounding God’s throne in chapter 4? Who are the twenty-four “elders” and the four “living creatures,” and what does their presence add… Read More ›
When you’re reading a book of the Bible, one of the easiest mistakes to make is to breeze past the parts that were originally sung. The book of Revelation is a case-in-point. It’s positively teeming with songs — more so than any other book of the New Testament. But what’s the point of all the music?