The Prince of Egypt: A Tale of Two Kinds of Freedom

Movies these days are generally pretty bad, or at best, forgettable. Even the great blockbuster achievement of the MCU, for me, is a one-time see. It was an epic ten years of watching the characters and their journey’s bring them to the end. Yet in the end, I watched Endgame once in the theater, and […]

And They Saw a Great Light

What is Christmas all about? We often say “It’s about Jesus” and “it’s about family, joy, and happiness” and “It’s celebrating Immanuel (God with us)”. This is all very true, but one thing I always try to make us privy to is the danger of traditions becoming nothing but empty traditions. Here is a test […]

Who is the Logos?

Here I am going to do a brief, partial exegesis of John 1:1 in this article. Afterwards, my intention is to go farther past John 1:1 to exegete the rest of the prologue of John to get the clearest idea of what John is communicating to us. Originally, I set out here to do all […]

The Sacraments of the Church: On Baptism

I wanted to do a couple of articles on the issue of the two essential sacraments of the church that, especially in Protestantism, we all agree are important. The two sacraments of course, are the Eucharist (The Lord’s Supper) and baptism. There is an ongoing debate today on both of these subjects. Thinking and reading […]

How God’s Not Dead Fails

Confession time: I did not like God’s Not Dead, a movie released in 2014 by PureFlix Entertainment. This is a statement that would not be unusual if I wasn’t a Christian. But I am a Christian, and hence that makes it perplexing to say the least; why would a Christian not like what is so […]

Trump and Abortion Abolitionism

I am a supporter of abortion abolitionism, and I am voting for Donald Trump in 2020. My position being stated, I want to then move to make the argument for why I believe as someone who supports the abortion abolition movement, it is consistent to vote for Trump, who is not an abortion abolitionist. Before […]

An Overview of Romans Part IX: Chapter Nine

Who is Israel? As if chapter 8 wasn’t controversial enough, we’re about to get even more controversial. Now we may not only be stepping on the toes of non-reformed people, but we may be stepping on the toes of premillennial believers. I hope you understand that neither of these are my intention; my desire is […]