Often atheists will try to refute Christianity by saying to the Christian: “You’re only a Christian because you were born into a Christian family in a predominantly Christian society. Had you been born in India, you would be a Hindu.” The first part of that assertion is true — one of the main reasons I … Continue reading The God of Covenant
Do we fully grasp the righteousness of Jesus in the post-Reformation world? Is theology set in stone now? Was it perfected by the Reformers? The Reformation did a lot of good for Christianity, but one thing it did not do is reconnect the Church with its Hebraic roots in covenant; i.e. the covenant started with … Continue reading Jesus and Covenantal Righteousness
What did Dostoevsky mean by this quote… “…socialism is not merely the labor question, it is before all things the atheistic question, the question of the form taken by atheism today, the question of the tower of Babel built without God, not to mount to Heaven from earth but to set up Heaven on earth.”* … Continue reading The New Covenant Babel
How the Bible Actually Works: In Which I Explain How An Ancient, Ambiguous, and Diverse Book Leads Us to Wisdom Rather Than Answers—and Why That’s Great News by Peter Enns My rating: 2 of 5 stars For every mile of highway there are two miles of ditch. With biblical theology the right side ditch is … Continue reading How the Bible Actually Works by Peter Enns (Book Review)
Rachel Held Evans is speaking of this article: Husbands, Get Her Ready for Jesus. I suppose the article would be a lot less “offensive” if it were titled: Wives, Get Him Ready for Jesus. In fact, no one would be offended at that title, including the most conservative and patriarchal of Christian men. But because the … Continue reading Men in Charge?! So Patronizing!