My four-year-old nephew knows that gardens are good, and rabbits are not. Rabbits who come hopping into the backyard to munch his mother’s garden are, in his own words, “badder than false preachers!”
False preachers don’t always come into our backyards and brazenly munch at our theology. But they do come to public platforms and bookshelves with some convincing arguments, some personal testimonials, and some Bible verses to back them up. Continue reading American Gospel: Christ Alone
To this day I don’t know what they found so interesting on their phones. There was a wedding processional going on, for crying out loud. Continue reading Why I Refuse to Carry the Internet in My Pocket
Are spiritual gifts just Meyers-Briggs personalities dressed in sheep’s clothing? Maybe not. Continue reading Spiritual Gifts
A fear of people is simply elevating humans higher than God. Instead of responding to people out of our love for God, we often live out of a fear of people. Continue reading Truth and People Pleasing
The second part of the book goes into the remedy for the fear of man, and (spoiler alert) it’s not getting rid of negative people in your life so you can vibe with your tribe… Continue reading When People Are Big and God is Small, by Edward T. Welch
Do we have a responsibility to eat healthful foods? Continue reading Biblically Organic
“Could there possibly be a way to completely banish “gray areas” from our lives and churches?” Continue reading Do Gray Areas Exist?
Within the first several centuries after Christ, there was a thriving church in North Africa. It was the home of influential church fathers like Origen, Tertullian, and Augustine. Today, it’s a completely different story… Continue reading How Will They Hear Unless We Speak Their Language?
If we are the body of Christ on earth, should His hands be clutching expensive coffee drinks? Should His feet spend their time dangling into cool blue water? Should His mouths selfishly devour excessive amounts of food? Continue reading Does God Want Us to Have Fun?
Never before have I been so quickly offended by a book. Continue reading Letters to the Church