Kyle Strobel thinks it’s spiritually dangerous to be “gospel-centered.” Is there anything we can learn from his critique?Read more "Is Gospel-Centeredness Spiritually Dangerous? Some Thoughts on Kyle Strobel’s Article"
Is it possible to believe in both Genesis 1 and that dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago?Read more "Does Old-Earth Creationism Undermine the Gospel? A Response to Kevin Bauder"
Nehemiah is a book about rebuilding, about slow recovery, about the drudging work of God’s people in moving forward after a setback. But its also a book about joy.Read more "Nehemiah, Rebuilding, Shame, and Joy"
Is the incarnation itself saving? Is the very act by which God the Son assumed a human nature a redeeming act—or does it merely prepare for the redemptive work in his death and resurrection?Read more "The Incarnation and Union With Christ"
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.Read more "Our Greatest Need is Always Knowing God Better"
Writing is a gift, a stewardship—a tool to be leveraged for the kingdom. Here are the five biggest tips I would give to those wanting to improve the quality of their writing.Read more "Tips on Writing"
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.Read more "Enoch and the Afterlife"