I’m a registered Republican. I’m also a Southern Baptist pastor. Pro-life. Pro-family. Nowadays it’s fairly common for someone to throw me in the traditional “white male” category. As much as I feel … [Read more...] about Living With A Liberal
Harvard geneticist Richard Lewontin (b. 1929) once opined, “The problem is to get [people] to reject irrational and supernatural explanations of the world, the demons that exist only in their … [Read more...] about Science v. God: My Response to Harvard Geneticist Richard Lewontin
Complementing sexes are the fabric of marriage. While serving as the foundation for human flourishing, they also form a crucial piece in a divinely ordered universe. In the beginning, God made the … [Read more...] about Battle of the Sexes: Why Gender Matters
Genesis 3 is perhaps the most lamentable chapter in the entire Bible. Its destruction and fractured relationships become the raw materials for death, toil, brokenness, depression, divorce, war, … [Read more...] about The Gospel in the Garden.
Syn-ec-do-che (siˈnekdəkē) – a figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the whole. What has become increasingly clear in modern America is that women bear the brunt of the sexual … [Read more...] about Women Are More Than Synecdoches
One of the seven sacraments in the Catholic Church is the act of penance. It’s a long-standing practice where the sinner privately confesses his or her sin to the priest who then absolves the penitent … [Read more...] about WHAT CHURCH CAMP SAYS ABOUT THE CHURCH.
The difference between a refugee and sojourner is one of origin and destination. A refugee is someone forced to leave his or her country in order to escape war, persecution, or disaster. A sojourner, … [Read more...] about AMERICAN REFUGEES
Older Southern Baptists are more likely to see the U.S. as Israel. Younger Southern Baptists are more likely to see the U.S. as Babylon. –Trevin Wax In 1909, Oxford University Press published the … [Read more...] about AMERICAN JESUS: MIXING FAITH AND PATRIOTISM
How does a follower of Jesus live in a country increasingly hostile to Christ? In an era when the sanctity of marriage and human life are no longer honored, it’s a question frequently posed by many … [Read more...] about If Augustine were an American…
The ultimate purpose of a mission trip isn’t found in thankfulness. No one joins a mission team so that they can simply look upon poverty, come home, and feel blessed about how much they have. If you … [Read more...] about GOD WITH US