Awakened Church: Part 1

Awakened Church: Race Relations in the Pentateuch and Hermeneutical Interaction with Woke ChurchWhen it comes to discussions on race relations, sides are quickly chosen, and the battle lines are drawn. Each side is ready to do whatever it takes to destroy the other. While this reaction is expected in the broader culture, unfortunately it is... Continue Reading →

Why Was Jesus Born?

In the Christmas season, we often hear the story of Jesus' birth. We gloss over it like a children's story with no relevance to us today. But have you stopped to think about why the church considers Jesus' birth to be important? The importance of Jesus' birth begins with two concepts. The first concept is... Continue Reading →

Exegesis: Theology’s Science

The so-called soft sciences, such as history or anthropology, have a common issue: the lack of experimental controls. That is, there is no "standard" to compare it too. Unlike empirical sciences, like biology and physics, there is no way to repeat history and only change small variables in the process. This does not mean that... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Apologetics

There is a debate about how to do apologetics. I certainly will not solve the debate, but I offer my observations. Most everyone agrees: evidence is not enough to convert anyone. And there must be a work of the Spirit. What we do argue over is what kind of evidences we should use and how... Continue Reading →

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