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The christian Life

In addition to our regular verse–by–verse Bible study, we’ll also engage in “practical theology”—applying God’s word to key issues of life.

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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 Though O’Rourke has withdrawn his candidacy, his statement broached a subject that’s been garnering increasing attention; Should the tax-exempt status of rel...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...
A Secular Religion
August 29th, 2019
Politics has become the religion of a growing segment of the population.The most rapidly growing demographic in America’s religious landscape is “Nones”; people who identify as holding no religious faith.[1] While they may not self-identify as such, they are spread across several other labels; atheist, agnostic, secular, materialist. Generally, they regard traditional religious faith as incompatib...
Update on the CCA / CGN Kerfuffle
June 7th, 2019
In December of 2016, I wrote a blog post expressing my perspective on the then-recent sundering of the Calvary Chapel movement into CCA and CGN. Many pastors and members of various Calvary Chapel churches expressed to me either in person or via email their appreciation for the post as it helped clarify their position and gave them something to refer to others. The time has come when an update on t...
Where We are Supposed to Be
March 23rd, 2019
At the end of one of the episodes of the TV miniseries Band of Brothers, as Easy Company is marching into the Ardennes Forest for what turns out to be The Battle of the Bulge, the soldiers coming the other direction warn them they are about to be surrounded by the enemy. Easy Company’s CO, Captain Winters replies, “We’re Airborne. We’re supposed to be surrounded.”The next month in the dead of wint...

recent Articles

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...
A Secular Religion
August 29th, 2019
Politics has become the religion of a growing segment of the population.The most rapidly growing demographic in America’s religious landscape is “Nones”; people who identify as holding no religious faith.[1] While they may not self-identify as such, they are spread across several other labels; atheist, agnostic, secular, materialist. Generally, they regard traditional religious faith as incompatib...
Update on the CCA / CGN Kerfuffle
June 7th, 2019
In December of 2016, I wrote a blog post expressing my perspective on the then-recent sundering of the Calvary Chapel movement into CCA and CGN. Many pastors and members of various Calvary Chapel churches expressed to me either in person or via email their appreciation for the post as it helped clarify their position and gave them something to refer to others. The time has come when an update on t...
Where We are Supposed to Be
March 23rd, 2019
At the end of one of the episodes of the TV miniseries Band of Brothers, as Easy Company is marching into the Ardennes Forest for what turns out to be The Battle of the Bulge, the soldiers coming the other direction warn them they are about to be surrounded by the enemy. Easy Company’s CO, Captain Winters replies, “We’re Airborne. We’re supposed to be surrounded.”The next month in the dead of wint...