Should Christians “Just Preach the Gospel”?

In certain circles, the phrase “Just preach the Gospel,” functions more as a conversation stopper rather than any kind of genuine appeal. “We need to talk about racial justice.” Just preach the Gospel. “Have we considered if our message and evangelism is contextualized to our culture while remaining faithful?” Just preach the Gospel. “I’m concerned... Continue Reading →

My Top 5 Non-Fiction Books of 2021

Another year of reading down, which means that it is time for my (and every other blogger out there's) short list of top books read during this last year. Perhaps some people view these types of lists as a mere vanity show. A ‘Look at me! Look at me!’ mini competition within the blogosphere. And... Continue Reading →

Jesus or Pop Culture?

The growth of the mega-church movement walked down the aisle hand-in-hand with the growth of the attractional church model. The two were wed together as a framework for understanding and applying church growth and expansion. Although many obvious flaws could be stated outright, it is worth noting that there was a pragmatic surface-level effectiveness found... Continue Reading →

C.S. Lewis’ Warning to Apologists

There have been very few more effective Christian apologists in the last century than C.S. Lewis. His writings, both fiction and non-fiction, have brought many to the faith and persevered the faith of many more. When such a man gives a warning to fellow apologists (and all Christians are called to at the very least... Continue Reading →

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