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  • Protecting Marriage

    Protecting Marriage

    Note: This post follows a piece about the true purpose of marriage. Read it here. Let’s do a quick recap about marriage and its purpose.

  • Marriage Isn’t about Us

    Marriage Isn’t about Us

    I love being a married man! It’s amazing. My wife Lacey is a thrill to be around. She’s fun to talk to, makes me laugh,

  • Recommended Media (12.18.13)

    Recommended Media (12.18.13)

    With Christmas approaching, there is an overwhelming amount of eBook deals. Check ‘em out. eBooks Who Do You Think You Are?: Finding Your True Identity

  • Recommended Media (12.13.13)

    Recommended Media (12.13.13)

    Blog Posts “Who Should Women Teach?” by David Schrock. The question fro complementarians is not whether should women teach but who they should they teach. “As Cool

  • America’s Foundation, Political Science, and the Christian Worldview

    America’s Foundation, Political Science, and the Christian Worldview

    There are several areas of theology about which I find myself thinking on a consistent basis. One of those topics is the integration and relationship between

  • The Ultimate Buzzword

    The Ultimate Buzzword

    Our society is filled with “buzzwords,” words, phrases, and language employed solely to impress people who don’t know any better. Merriam-Webster® defines a “buzzword” as

  • Recommended Media (12.9.2013)

    Recommended Media (12.9.2013)

    Blog posts “Answering Four Street-Level Arguments for Sexual Immorality” by Matt Chandler. This statement from Switchfoot’s lead singer, Jon Foreman, has lead to a bit

Protecting Marriage

Protecting Marriage

Note: This post follows a piece about the true purpose of marriage. Read it here. Let’s do a quick recap about marriage and its purpose. 1. Marriage is for God’s glory. 2. Marriage is a picture of Christ’s love for [...]

January 18, 2014 Christ, Christian Life, Church, Family, Sin
Marriage Isn’t about Us

Marriage Isn’t about Us

I love being a married man! It’s amazing. My wife Lacey is a thrill to be around. She’s fun to talk to, makes me laugh, cooks dinner with me, kisses me for the fun of it, and challenges me to [...]

January 10, 2014 Christian Life, Family, God, Theology
#CROSScon

#CROSScon

Cross Con Over the weekend, I attended Cross Conference, a gathering of around 4,000 missions minded college students from all across the world. For four days straight, we listened to five sessions each day addressing a plethora of issues which [...]

January 2, 2014 Missions, Theology
Resolving Resolutions

Resolving Resolutions

The dawn of a new year is upon us. In the blink of an eye, 2013 will be history and 2014 will be budding with promise. Undoubtedly, men and women all over the globe will be determining to “change” in [...]

December 30, 2013 Christian Life, Growth
Prodigal Grace

Prodigal Grace

If you listen to music on the radio or you stream either Pandora® or Spotify® or iTunes Radio while “studying,” there’s definitely been a time when a certain song gets stuck in your head, cemented in your subconscious. I’m not [...]

December 23, 2013 Gospel, Theology
Recommended Media (12.18.13)

Recommended Media (12.18.13)

With Christmas approaching, there is an overwhelming amount of eBook deals. Check ‘em out. eBooks Who Do You Think You Are?: Finding Your True Identity in Christ [Kindle Edition] by Mark Driscoll. unChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about [...]

December 18, 2013 Other
Spousal Abuse in the Church

Spousal Abuse in the Church

A controversial subject among Christian circles is the grounds for divorce. What (if any) are the grounds of a valid Christian divorce? Recently I listened to the Mortification of Spin podcast (Carl Trueman and Todd Pruitt) on the question, “Does [...]

December 15, 2013 Christian Life, Family, Theology
Recommended Media (12.13.13)

Recommended Media (12.13.13)

Blog Posts “Who Should Women Teach?” by David Schrock. The question fro complementarians is not whether should women teach but who they should they teach. “As Cool As the Other Side of a Calvinist” by Marshall Segal. We should ask ourselves, does [...]

December 13, 2013 Other
America’s Foundation, Political Science, and the Christian Worldview

America’s Foundation, Political Science, and the Christian Worldview

There are several areas of theology about which I find myself thinking on a consistent basis. One of those topics is the integration and relationship between the Christian worldview and political-economic science. (This probably isn’t terribly surprising given the fact that [...]

December 12, 2013 Government
The Ultimate Buzzword

The Ultimate Buzzword

Our society is filled with “buzzwords,” words, phrases, and language employed solely to impress people who don’t know any better. Merriam-Webster® defines a “buzzword” as “an important-sounding usually technical word or phrase often of little meaning used chiefly to impress [...]

December 11, 2013 Gospel
Recommended Media (12.9.2013)

Recommended Media (12.9.2013)

Blog posts “Answering Four Street-Level Arguments for Sexual Immorality” by Matt Chandler. This statement from Switchfoot’s lead singer, Jon Foreman, has lead to a bit of discussion in some circles. Check it out. What do you think? Feel free to leave [...]

December 9, 2013 Other
D.A. Carson on Hebrews

D.A. Carson on Hebrews

Each of the following videos is one lecture on the book of Hebrews from Dr. Carson’s Spring 2013 “Acts, Pauline, and General Epistles,” a required MDiv course taught at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Enjoy! [...]

December 7, 2013 Biblical Theology, Theology