"He is the radiance of the glory of God, and the exact imprint of his nature..." -Hebrews 1:3 Too often we forget the triune nature of God. We tend to separate out the Father from the Son from the Holy Spirit in a way that is unbiblical at best. We're tempted to think that the … Continue reading Know Christ, Know God
Q: Jesus is the Son of God. He died for our sins, and rose again. Can you believe this and still not be saved? A: That's a very good question. First of all let me stress that I do not intend to judge the hearts of men and women and make determination on their final … Continue reading Monthly Q&A: January 2021
I had the privilege of joining one of my very good friends, Davis Lacey, on the Rooted Youth Ministry podcast to discuss the importance of teaching eschatology to teenagers. Even if you're not a teenager, I hope you'll find some of what I shared helpful as I think through how our eschatology (view of the … Continue reading Does Eschatology Matter?
Q: What did Paul mean when he talked about "ascending" and "descending" in Romans 10:6-7? A: When determining the meaning of Romans 10:6-7, as is important with any biblical text, we have to look at context. The whole of Romans 10 is centered on Israel’s need for righteousness and their inability to find it solely … Continue reading Monthly Q&A: May 2020
Many people believe that Christian "faith" means believing without, or despite, any proof for what we believe. That statement is 100% true — if you define Christian faith as completely accepting things at face value without honest question or investigation (a.k.a. "blind faith"). However, God's call to believe the Gospel isn't a call to this … Continue reading Blind Faith