Part II of A Christian Response to Political Correctness is in progress.
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A Christian Response to Political Correctness
An edited and revised version of the article has been published with The Reformed Conservative. You can read Part II here. Addendum. Women who fled Maoist Cultural Revolution provides testimony to school board.
Leadership in the New Testament
I recently completed a study looking for biblical themes of leadership in the Old Testament. I followed that study up with a look at the New Testament. Between the two, I have started to develop a theology of leadership. There are an overwhelming number of books on leadership, but I’ve found it personally satisfying toContinue reading “Leadership in the New Testament”
What Happened to “Safe and Rare?”
Miscarriages can be one of the most traumatic events in a couple’s life. A happy mother and father are planning for the new member of the family when tragedy strikes. It’s heartbreaking for believing and unbelieving families alike, we all acknowledge that life was lost, and a tragedy occurred. Yet, millions of people in ourContinue reading “What Happened to “Safe and Rare?””
Leadership in the Old Testament
I recently completed a study looking for biblical themes of leadership in the Old Testament. I found several but zeroed in on three. The lessons are not just for members of ministry but are for Christians in any leadership position whether it is business or a father leading his family. Introduction The Old Testament (OT)Continue reading “Leadership in the Old Testament”
Porn in American Schools?
As a father, I seek to protect my children. Protect them from physical danger, protect their health, monitor their internet usage, and the list goes on. One of the biggest concerns for children on the internet is pornography. In part, porn drove the internet boom of the 90’s and has only continued to grow.Continue reading “Porn in American Schools?”
Is the Apostle Paul Outdated?
Paul’s Influence Today Paul’s life was far from ordinary. His ministry was provocative, while his reputation was contentious, and throughout his ministry he suffered much for the gospel. Paul’s letters continue to ignite heated debates concerning his remarks on “Israel, homosexuality, women, spiritual gifts, and the end times.” Yet, he is also remembered as aContinue reading “Is the Apostle Paul Outdated?”
God’s People: Old & New Testament Community
Community is central to both the Old and New Testaments. This theme is seen as the Bible focuses on people experiencing community with God and with others. From the beginning of the Bible, this is evident, as God declared in Genesis that “It is not good that the man should be alone” (Gen. 2:18, ESV).Continue reading “God’s People: Old & New Testament Community”
Spiritual Development During Seminary
Introduction Being commissioned into God’s work and starting seminary is life changing. It is a journey which, at times, will be exciting and challenging. God uses these positive and negative events to shape us as we walk with Christ. To help you persevere and grow in your personal spiritual development during seminary, it is importantContinue reading “Spiritual Development During Seminary”