The Adulteress Woman Needs To Go

Does anything sound less holy than saying, “I’d tear that right out of the Bible if I could!”? I confess that those words have come out of my mouth. But wait, if you’ve been reading my blog, surely I’m a conservative orthodox reformed evangelical who supports both Sola Scriptura (Scripture alone) and Biblical Inerrancy, so... Continue Reading →

Beautiful Connections in the Bible

The more I study the literary aspects of the Bible the more I am amazed by the fact that I never stop being amazed. Often the human writers of the Bible are portrayed as ignorant and unskilled men, but I simply cannot come to that conclusion as they constantly display a remarkable ability to work... Continue Reading →

Debate Scripture with Scripture

Recently, I have been around a couple of conversations regarding free will, particularly in relation to soteriology. (the study of salvation) While not looking to specifically argue any position in this post, I have noticed a trend around these arguments that I disagree with greatly and that finds itself outside of the soteriological argument. Essentially,... Continue Reading →

Redemptive History and New Testament Cannon

  I recently finished reading The Heresy of Orthodoxy: How Contemporary Culture’s Fascination with Diversity has Reshaped our Understanding of Early Christianity coauthored by Andreas Kostenberger and Michael Kruger. I know the title is a mouth full, but this book is the single greatest defense of the New Testament (NT) cannon I have read. I... Continue Reading →

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