As time goes on, I feel the loss of my grandfather more acutely. First came the loss of his voice, then his face, which when coupled together brought a loss of his presence. And that is what the memory of … Continue Reading Forgetting
While reading through Hearers and Doers by Kevin Vanhoozer, I was reminded of Jonathon Edwards On Knowing Christ where he … Continue Reading On Knowing and Doing
My brain hurts, though not physically; it’s rather that sort of existential fear that paralyzes and pains in its intensity. I’ll sit … Continue Reading A Bipolar Christian: Part One
Confessional orthodoxy coupled with a view of a heavenly Father whose love is conditioned on his Son’s suffering, and further … Continue Reading It Is A Gracious and Loving Father They Need To Know
Many parents, like myself I imagine, are leery of their children growing up. And at this point in our world, … Continue Reading Facebook Is Not For Kids
I remember sitting in a psychiatric hospital so spun I could barely stay awake, let alone be contemplative, yet never … Continue Reading Assured Though Ill
Are we a society of narcissists? Without a doubt. And are we a people afraid of guilt and shame? More … Continue Reading Who’s Afraid of Empathy?
My wife recently said something to me I, in my often navel gazing regarding mental and spiritual issues, had either … Continue Reading Humility With A Sledgehammer
As a definition, this take on what it means to be a “progressive” takes the wind out of the sails … Continue Reading Who Owns the Future?
Therefore, God his creator having pity on him, has loved the world, that he has given his only son Jesus Christ, for mediator, … Continue Reading The Free Offer
If the practice of catechizing our children, and congregations, is a fundamental answer of how we may teach our children … Continue Reading Gaining Traction in a Slippery World
Almighty and everlasting God, you have given to us your servants grace, by the confession of a true faith, to … Continue Reading Trinity In Prayer
What happens when moral distinctions slowly disappear? More precisely, what happens when categories of decency and deviancy collapse into each … Continue Reading Trying To Gain Traction In A Slippery World
1. Q. What is your only comfort in life and death? A. That I am not my own, but belong … Continue Reading The Comfort of the Christian