I’m reading and teaching through Nehemiah these days. I love it. Its a book about rebuilding, about slow recovery, about the drudging work of God’s people in moving forward after […]
A few weeks back I published an article on Christ’s saving work, looking at the various elements in the broader narrative arc that surround his atoning death. I’ve been continuing […]
The giving away of good books is a fruitful habit too seldom practiced. And the reading (and re-reading) of old “classics” is an edifying discipline too easily neglected. Among contemporary […]
“Hey Dad, I can’t see too good, is that Bill Shakespeare over there?” How might we encourage the aspiring writers among us, if we want to do better than Chris […]
The translation of Enoch to heaven in Genesis 5:24 checks the evolutionary view of the Hebrew doctrine of the afterlife, and also clarifies the nature of progressive revelation.
Esther and I are headed to Nashville this week for some much needed vacation time. Its been a very full and rewarding summer in the youth ministry. We’ve done several […]
The 1973 MacMillan edition of C.S. The Great Divorce quotes Lewis in large font on the back cover of the book as claiming: “Blake wrote of the marriage of Heaven […]