To Laugh or Not to Laugh? C.S. Lewis’ Social Wisdom

It’s something almost every evangelical who takes their faith seriously wrestles with. When we're in a social setting, particularly one in which we're surrounded by nonbelievers, what’s an allowable amount of flexibility for humor to form healthy relationships and what crosses the line of fidelity to Christ before all others? At what point should a … Continue reading To Laugh or Not to Laugh? C.S. Lewis’ Social Wisdom

Seven Questions That Trump “That’s Just Your Interpretation”

A couple of months ago, I put the commonly used defeater phrase, “That’s just your interpretation” on trial and found the integrity behind its typical usage woefully lacking. Essentially, those who resort to using it, although I hope they are unaware of such a reality, are acting against the love of both neighbor and God. … Continue reading Seven Questions That Trump “That’s Just Your Interpretation”

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 Does Mark Care About the Resurrection?