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An Appeal
July 31st, 2020
Since unifying love is a distinguishing mark of Jesus’ followers, we can expect the adversary to oppose it....
Our Moment to Stand
July 14th, 2020
Luther’s MomentThree and a half years after nailing his ninety-five points of theological departure from Rome, it was Martin Luther’s moment to stand. He stood before the greatest of Europe’s rulers. The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V sat amidst the regalia of his august office, his stern gaze cast now on this recalcitrant monk. Representing Pope Leo X was the brilliant churchman, Johann von Eck, th...
When Do We Say, "Enough"?
April 20th, 2020
We need to take a closer look at what Paul says in Romans 13 and the way the Church has historically understood it before appealing to it as justification for complying with the stay-at-home orders and before using it to criticize those who take a different track....
Taxes and Tithing: Our Motive in Giving
November 12th, 2019
On Thursday, October 10th in what was billed as CNN’s Equality Town Hall, then-presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke suggested churches and other non-profit organizations ought to lose their tax-exempt status if they opposed same-sex marriage. Though O’Rourke has withdrawn his candidacy, his statement broached a subject that’s been garnering increasing attention; Should the tax-exempt status of rel...
The Vacuum
October 24th, 2019
There’s a saying, “Can’t see the forest for the trees.” It means an abundance of details can obscure the larger picture they’re all a part of. Such is the case with current events. We’re inundated with news from both the domestic and world fronts that seem disparate and disconnected. Stepping back and observing them from a Biblical perspective, there’s a consistent theme tying them together.The fi...

recent Articles

An Appeal
July 31st, 2020
Since unifying love is a distinguishing mark of Jesus’ followers, we can expect the adversary to oppose it....
Our Moment to Stand
July 14th, 2020
Luther’s MomentThree and a half years after nailing his ninety-five points of theological departure from Rome, it was Martin Luther’s moment to stand. He stood before the greatest of Europe’s rulers. The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V sat amidst the regalia of his august office, his stern gaze cast now on this recalcitrant monk. Representing Pope Leo X was the brilliant churchman, Johann von Eck, th...
When Do We Say, "Enough"?
April 20th, 2020
We need to take a closer look at what Paul says in Romans 13 and the way the Church has historically understood it before appealing to it as justification for complying with the stay-at-home orders and before using it to criticize those who take a different track....
Taxes and Tithing: Our Motive in Giving
November 12th, 2019
On Thursday, October 10th in what was billed as CNN’s Equality Town Hall, then-presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke suggested churches and other non-profit organizations ought to lose their tax-exempt status if they opposed same-sex marriage. Though O’Rourke has withdrawn his candidacy, his statement broached a subject that’s been garnering increasing attention; Should the tax-exempt status of rel...
The Vacuum
October 24th, 2019
There’s a saying, “Can’t see the forest for the trees.” It means an abundance of details can obscure the larger picture they’re all a part of. Such is the case with current events. We’re inundated with news from both the domestic and world fronts that seem disparate and disconnected. Stepping back and observing them from a Biblical perspective, there’s a consistent theme tying them together.The fi...

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