Church Theology

Moving On

Sometimes life is as much about moving on as it is moving forward. That’s what my New Year’s resolution is becoming. I have always spent my New Year’s contemplations on what the future holds rather than what the former year has delivered. It just seems more “Christian” to be hopeful rather than looking back at […]

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It’s Wabbit Season!

It’s Wabbit Season On Facebook today, one of my “pro-choice” friends posted the ruling of the US District Court of Appeals that struck down the North Carolina law that apparently provided a mandate to abortion providers to show ultrasound evidence (pictures, heartbeat, etc.) to potential abortion patients. Ironically, the ruling was supposed to protect the […]

Apologetics Jesus Resurrection

Minimal Facts Approach to the Resurrection

If you’ve ever looked for an effective, yet easy to remember argument that you can use to move your theist friend from theism to Christian, or your atheist friend to a place of skepticism of his unbelief, the minimal facts approach to the resurrection of Jesus may be the one you want. Lots of people […]

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Worship and Unction-How to Recognize Preaching

John 10:27 (ESV) 27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. These are profound words from our Lord. If we are not careful, they can be easily misused. I’m pretty sure that the context allows very little room and that Jesus is speaking specifically of the certainty of the call […]

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True Justice-What You Desire

It’s been a tough couple of weeks for America. We are experiencing internal conflict that is not unlike many times in our past, but there seems to be a new height of urgency in it. Although this nation has experienced its share of divisiveness and we understand that at least some of that is intrinsic […]