*The following is a manuscript from this week's Theology Thursday video. Theological Thursday, Impeccability of Christ, Hebrews 2:18, 4:!5-16 Good afternoon and welcome to Theological Thursday. I normally write these in my blog—and the manuscript for this will be there if you prefer to read, but I thought … Continue reading Breaking Points and the Impeccability of Christ
This article is a guest post contributed by Ethan Maness. Ethan is currently working towards pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering. Currently he is part of a student group that meets weekly to discuss an expositional study of Romans and converse over theological doctrines, which inspired the following article. Enjoy this great piece! Over the … Continue reading The Image of God Reflected in the Mission of God.
The devil is a master trickster. He’s slick, silver-tongued, and skillful in the art of deception. In fact, his trick is of such caliber that he’s been at it for thousands of years with the same old dirty trick. Oh yes, the method used in the garden is still employed today. Granted the vices used … Continue reading The Tempter’s Trick
Welcome to Theological Thursday. I don’t want these articles to be longer than necessary so I’ll bypass the unnecessary introduction and jump right into some theology. The topic for this theological Thursday is as follows: Why did God create the universe? I think this is a fitting and unique question for a Christian to ask. … Continue reading Why did God create the Universe?
There was a popular game when I was a teenager that my youth leaders used to demonstrate the danger of spreading gossip. At least that was what I believed the ultimate point of the game to be. You probably remember this game too. Everyone forms a circle and a randomly selected person begins by whispering … Continue reading Digital gossip and sharing the truth.
Does absence make the heart grow fonder? I believe it does. It’s not just a cheesy line used in the best selling Rom Com’s nor is it merely a happily-ever-after line from a Disney classic. I think it’s true to say that when we are separated from people for whom we deeply love and care … Continue reading Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
I will never forget the deep reluctance I wrestled with when I first began sensing that hard to describe “call to preach.” I say reluctant because I gave The Lord a million reasons for why I shouldn’t “preach” and to be honest I couldn’t think of a reason for why I should—other than the searing … Continue reading The makings of a preacher.