Does Mark Care About the Resurrection?

Maybe you’ve heard something like this before: “Mark is the earliest of the gospels, therefore this manuscript contains the best evidence for what the early Christians were concerned about, and surprisingly he had little to no concern about the resurrection of Jesus Christ, as is clearly seen in the short and abrupt ending of his... Continue Reading →

C.S. Lewis and Faith Deconstruction

Over the last few years there has been a growing movement that encourages Christians to deconstruct their faith, essentially with the process not allowing for one wall of belief to stand tall and to be sure that not even that stubborn foundation of belief remains! Only at that point can the “Christian” (perhaps De-Christian would... Continue Reading →

The Assumptions of Jesus

I remember listening to a sermon by Kevin DeYoung at the The Gospel Coalition Conference 2019 where he preached from Luke 4:10-30 and warned about the danger of being “too familiar” with Jesus. “Familiarity can breed unbelief” was the gist of his cautioning.  In a similar line of thought familiarity can also cause us to... Continue Reading →

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