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A Review of “The Bible” series on the History Channel (Episode 2) Last week I caught a barrage of friendly fire when I lit into “The Bible” mini-series on the History Channel. Apparently, a few deemed my approach to the show to be unwarranted, defending it by stating that it was presenting Biblical accounts – […]

The Corny and Cliche

A Review of “The Bible” series on the History Channel (Episode 1) With all the chatter recently surrounding the new “Bible” series premiering on the History Channel, I  vowed to pen a blog each week addressing the good, the bad, and the theologically ugly aspects of what I wrongly assumed would be a documentary of […]

A Cluster of Questions

“Why would Jesus not reveal the Father to everyone? Hasn’t the Father been revealed to everyone? And what does Jesus mean when He says, ‘Priests and kings have longed to see and hear the things that you see and hear…?”  As I opened my inbox last Friday I found these inquires from Luke 10, posed […]

All Talk

Last evening Dink and I came to the section in the Pilgrim’s Progress where Christian and Faithful are temporarily greeted and accompanied by a fellow named Talkative. By first impression, Talkative seems to be just as the two godly pilgrims are, holding, with verbal eloquence, to Biblical truth. However, as the conversation between the travelers […]

The Abridged Christianity

Just a cursory glance at Acts 2:42-47 would convince most rational individuals of one abundantly clear fact: first century Christianity and most of twenty first century Christianity are two completely different things. In the first century men were converted and instantly, without being told to do so, sold out to Biblical teaching and Gospel, communal […]

10 Books Every Christian Should Read (Part 1)

The task to compile a concise list of the books that every Christian should read was certainly not an easy one. More than a time or two I have raked my mind, scanned my shelves, and waded through my history as a follower of Jesus, to call to mind those written works (in addition to […]

10 Books (Part 2)

5. The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer I read through the pages of Pursuit for the first time as a young teen, again in my college years, and a third time in 2010. Each time I was moved in very different, but equally profound ways. Tozer certainly channels the Psalmist who stated, “As the […]

Shaped by Whom?

Each of us have people, places, things, and events that have changed and shaped our lives; for me, it is no different. So throughout 2013 I have decided to post a monthly “top 10” that hopefully will serve to inspire you to pour into people, travel the world, read good books, worship fully, and enjoy […]

Does the Church carry more authority than the Bible?

A few months ago I received an email from one of our church members asking for my insight into the issue of Biblical authority versus the authority of the church. The question had initial come to my friend from an atheistic thinker whom he had been witnessing to. The atheist was curious as to why […]

Are the 66 Truly Inspired?

This week I received an email from a young theologian in our church who has been dealing with a friend over the authenticity of Scripture. The friend wanted to know how we as Christians can simply accept the 66 books of the Bible as truly God’s inspired words. So, I issued my response and am […]

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