Despite a general sense in our wider culture that Christianity is somehow anti-woman, I’ve never found this belief to carry much weight. That said, I know many Christian women have struggled with this general idea, so I by no means seek to diminish what some have experienced in their walk with Christ. I understand that … Continue reading Jesus’ Paradigm Shifting Views Towards Women
This weekend I participated in a lot of discussion on the importance of clearly teaching and articulating the nature and evil of sin, and I believe much of the dialogue was fruitful. This led me to remember a recent assignment that I was required to complete for a class that I’m taking which asked us … Continue reading Knowledge of Sin Leads to a Love of the Savior
Writing in the mid-1600s the French scientist and philosopher Blaise Pascal wrote that, “There is no denying it; one must admit that there is something astonishing about Christianity. ‘It is because you were born in it,’ they will say. Far from it; I stiffen myself against it for that very reason, for fear of being … Continue reading God is Murdered
They sat outside the coffee shop together in a moment of silence, bright street lights lined their outdoor seating area, this was their spot, this is where he’d made that decision three years ago, this is where he was now questioning it. There was a good looking couple nearby, talking sweet things to each other, … Continue reading A Short Story: Can you say it?
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 The Assumptions of Jesus