Every Square Inch: The Common Grace of God
It is not uncommon to hear another Christian pray about the common grace of God. So what is the common grace, and what does common grace tell us about God?
Every Square Inch: The Dominion Mandate
Taking dominion in the areas designated to you by God is hard work and requires taking responsibility.
An Optimistic Eschatology
What does it mean to be optimistic in your eschatology? I take on the question but ignore several others (for now).
Can You Be Christian and Non-Religious?
It is not uncommon to hear someone say they follow Jesus but are not religious. However, the claim has a few holes.
<strong>Now The Real Work Begins</strong>
The fight against abortion is spiritual warfare. And because the battle for life is spiritual warfare, the tools with which Christians fight are spiritual and physical.
A Wolf In The Sheep Pen?
What are we to do when a wolf gets into the sheep pen? Fortunately, Jesus was clear about the danger of false prophets and teachers.
Christmas Sunday and a Hot Take
I want to offer a thesis that is bound to rankle some feathers. Christians should prioritize church this advent, especially on Christmas Sunday.
The word ritual is not commonly used in Evangelical circles. The word sounds archaic, and thoughts of lighting candles and incense come to mind. But perhaps evangelical churches should not be too quick to abandon the importance of rituals.
The New Fundamentalists
Let’s make no mistake; biblical principles of orthodox Christianity are being challenged right now. The most recent example is from the Southern Baptist Convention. At the convention meeting in June of 2022, we saw a theological drift disguised in church politics.
Country Club Christianity
The church must make every effort to avoid the exclusive nature of a country club. Therefore, the church must reject “country club Christianity.”