Christian Rituals

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.

Should You Leave Your Church?

Leaving a church should not be done lightly. The bar is high when it comes to leaving a church. Sometimes people will leave a church for the wrong reasons. Sometimes people will leave for legit reasons. On this podcast, Brooks and I talk about the various reasons for leaving – the good and the bad.

NonToxic Masculinity

What does it mean to be a man? In our culture, masculinity is frowned upon. Paternity is a swear word. In this episode of Cornfield Theology I chat with my friend Erik about a biblical view of men and masculinity.

Assurance of Salvation

How do you know if you will be saved? Is it possible to know that your salvation is sure? Take a listen to the latest podcast as we discuss one of the most misunderstood doctrines of the Christian faith.

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.”

God’s Design for Marriage

In this podcast, we talk about God’s design for marriage between a man and a woman. We begin in Genesis 1 and work our way to Ephesians 5. Take a listen to learn more.

Natural Theology with Kenny Ortiz

What can a person know about God by observing creation? The controversy about natural theology rages on, so I invited my friend Kenny Ortiz on the podcast to help Christians think through the question.

3 Objections to the Ressurection

n April 17th, churches from across the world celebrated the most important event in history: the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection is the foundation of the Christian faith, and if it were false, then the whole of Christianity would crumble.