Empty Your Mind??

It’s bound to happen. From time to time we encounter something so forthrightly and completely contrary to the Christian worldview that it almost takes your breath away. It shouldn’t be a surprise, but the boldness of it is staggering and quickly reminds us that we are “strangers and exiles on the earth” (Hebrews 11:13).

For me, this happened on Monday. Continue Reading

Doxology from Theology

Perhaps along with many of you, if I had to rank which person in the Bible was most influential in my life (besides Jesus himself), I think I would say that it was the apostle Paul. Of course, he does have an unfair advantage in that he wrote thirteen of the twenty-seven New Testament books (not to mention his prominent place in the book of Acts). It’s not in how many words he wrote that I find Paul’s influence, however. Rather, it is in what he wrote and how he wrote it that has been used by God to help so many people. Continue Reading