Does Your Theology Pass This Test? christianity theology

I recently read something I can't stop thinking about. And while it's not a pleasant thought to consider, it has profound implications for what we believe. (Trigger warning: violence involving children).

In the book After Evangelicalism, David Gushee shares an insight into theology...

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Curveball: When Your Faith Takes Turns You Never Saw Coming reading theology

I read an early copy of Peter Enns' newest book, Curveball. I had previously read his other books (The Sin of Certainty and The Bible Tells Me So) and loved both of them. Enns is a Biblical Professor and scholar (and fellow Yankee fan!) and yet comes at his faith in a way that always feels...

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When Good Christians Go Wrong bible christianity

One of the challenges for many Christians today is how to reconcile the numerous bad examples of Christian leaders. Thankfully, I believe there are far more good examples than bad, but there are enough bad ones to make this a significant issue. Notable names include Ravi Zacharias, Bill...

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This is Your Reminder to Keep Reinventing Yourself personal perspective

I was invited to be a guest on the Jay and Brian Show podcast. They run a mortgage company together and started a podcast out of it. Jay and I became friends when we were in a life group together years ago. Both Jay and Brian are great at rapid-fire questions and keeping the conversation...

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The Podcast is Back! bible theology

My podcast is back this week after taking a month off following the completion of our last book study. In the show, I read the Bible with a friend who is a skeptic as we each process what we find in the text. We call it "The Forest and the Trees."

We put our next book up for a...

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