The Marriage of Rightwing Politics and Social Darwinism

Preface: several years ago I used to be super rightwing. However, as I’ve grown in Christ and studied more, I’ve realized that rightwing political positions don’t always align with Scripture. I’ve realized that I have the choice to follow Scripture completely or follow rightwing politics completely—but I can’t do both. So, I’ve chosen to alignContinue reading “The Marriage of Rightwing Politics and Social Darwinism”

Self-Published: The Person of Christ by H. R. Mackintosh

H. R. Mackintosh, The Person of Christ Announcement: I’ve actually edited and self-published this book on Amazon. Unlike most other copies of this work, I’ve taken the time to edit it. I’ve modernized/Americanized  many of the spellings. I’ve broken up the paragraphs to a readable length. I’ve added subheadings in the text so that you canContinue reading “Self-Published: The Person of Christ by H. R. Mackintosh”

Philipp Spener and the Origins of Pietism

This week in the podcast, I read a paper by my classmate Kristian Römer. He is a fellow Ph.D. student here at BJU and we have been in a number of classes together. Romer, Peter Theologian Paper

Academics Do not Kill Faith—Your Heart Does

I’ve noticed in church culture, there is a very strong anti-academic feeling that fills most of it. In broader Evangelicalism, this feeling is evident in the music that is chosen for worship on Sunday. The music is often shallow and focuses on the emotional relationship that believers have with God. Not to be out done,Continue reading “Academics Do not Kill Faith—Your Heart Does”