After 2020 Election, Where Do We Go From Here?
What I feared would happen in the 2020 presidential election has happened, and no, I am not talking about whether Joe Biden or Donald Trump would win. I’m referencing the […]
How Should Christians Disagree About Important Things?
This past week the Evangelical world has reverberated with a debate by two of Evangelicaldom’s most illustrious, influential, and popular theologians: John Piper and Wayne Grudem. On October 22, John […]
Kenyan Alumna Sees Ripple Effect of Defending Faith
Growing up in Kenya, Cathy was surrounded by Muslim neighbors. As a child, she and a friend went in circles one day about who Jesus is—Cathy said Jesus is God; […]
Five Reasons Abortion is Murder: The Killing of an Innocent Human Being
For whatever reason, I missed taking an ethics class in college. My speech class came with a list of topics we could not give a speech on. Abortion was at […]
Divine Impassibility: God As Our Unaffected Fortress
Several of my previous blogs have dealt with divine simplicity and some objections to the doctrine. As I have written, it is the most important divine attribute, even if it […]
Tackling Racism and the Bible
In a year of exploding racial tension, Harold is finding himself in more conversations about the very thing he studied for his Doctorate of Ministry project at SES five years […]