The Coldest Hot Take or the Hottest Cold Take- Resurrection of Jesus in Paul’s Letters

Resurrection painting, West Tofts church by Charles Greenhough is licensed under CC-BY-SA 2.0 Have you ever heard the objection that the Resurrection account in the Gospels was fabricated long after the life of Jesus by his followers to justify the legend that had grown up around him? Did you know that the earliest mentions of … Continue reading The Coldest Hot Take or the Hottest Cold Take- Resurrection of Jesus in Paul’s Letters

What the Church needs now is Credibility, sweet Credibility!

I was recently watching Austin Powers agin. One scene stuck out to me this go around. Austin and Vanessa were sitting atop a double decker bus having a nice meal with live music. Austin famously announced, “Burt Bacharach, everyone!” To which Mr. Bacharach started singing his 1960’s hit, “What the world needs now, is love sweet … Continue reading What the Church needs now is Credibility, sweet Credibility!

Should Christians arm themselves? Christian Realism in a nutshell 

I haven't written in a while. Looking forward to (hopefully) prioritizing it more in the next season of life, but anywho here it goes... My dad recently approached me with this question. Finally, a question I am confident in answering with a definitive... "maybe?" (Cause I never do that! HA!) The issue is certainly a … Continue reading Should Christians arm themselves? Christian Realism in a nutshell 

Theologizing Out Loud: Who gets the final Word?

The PCA General Assembly voted to form a study committee regarding the place of women in the church. Conservatives have decried this as an attempt to overturn the foundation of the PCA, effectively declaring, “been there, done that, case closed.” As the ordination of women was one factor in leading to the split between what … Continue reading Theologizing Out Loud: Who gets the final Word?