My Top 5 Non-Fiction Books of 2020

Although 2020 has been a tough year in many ways, one positive aspect of the year has been ample time for reading. This was another year filled with a number of excellent reads, below are my top five non-fiction books that I read throughout this year in descending order.  #5: Apologetics at the Cross: An... Continue Reading →

The Contrast between Christian and Buddhist Art

Art reveals much about a society or culture. It can be used to vividly portray conflict or express memorable protest. It can be fashioned to imaginatively express an ideology’s ideal or to rebelliously push against that underlying narrative. It would be an incomplete description of any time period if that culture’s art was not mentioned.... Continue Reading →

The God Who Restores

(Below is another brief reflection that I first wrote up for my church's bulletin.) Progress. There is an almost insatiable desire within much of Western culture that seeks a never ending form of progression. But what are we supposedly progressing to? How do we determine what is true progress and what is actual regress? Can... Continue Reading →

Division, Unity, and Pride in the Church

If there is one thing Protestants are great at, it’s dividing. I mean, we were literally born from division and we only exist as long as division within Christendom remains an unfortunate reality, we should all long for the day when there is nothing left to protest. Clearly, as I remain a committed Protestant, I... Continue Reading →

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