Inerrancy and Hermeneutics

George Bernard Shaw is credited with saying, “The English and Americans are two peoples divided by a common language.”[1] Language is varied and complex and differs from location to location.  The method by which humans communicate with one another differs from nation to nation and person to person.  The language barrier between people of theContinue reading “Inerrancy and Hermeneutics”

The Quest for the Great Theological “One-Liner”

Any consumer of media will tell you their list of favorite “one-liners.”  These “one-liners” are often the satisfying climax to demonstrating complete and total victory over an opponent or foreshadowing to an epic event that achieves a win for the good guys.  The classic example is the “Oh yeah?  You and whose army?”  To whichContinue reading “The Quest for the Great Theological “One-Liner””

The Great Commission and the Christian

Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn’t. John Piper The Great Commission is a simple command:  advance the kingdom of God to all peoples that He may be worshiped as He rightly deserves.  While not all are called to be missionaries and pastors in the field,Continue reading “The Great Commission and the Christian”

Mission-Minded Monday

Facing a task unfinished That drives us to our knees A need that, undiminished Rebukes our slothful ease We, who rejoice to know Thee Renew before Thy throne The solemn pledge we owe Thee To go and make Thee known “Facing a task unfinished” by Keith and Kristyn Getty The Christian stands redeemed, justified, andContinue reading “Mission-Minded Monday”

Limitless Access, Infinite Responsibility

Imagine you sit down to write a book. The year is “any year” before the internet, simple typing tools like Microsoft Word, and widespread adoption of personal computation devices. You sit down to write your book, you have ink in your pen, a nice beverage, and now you can begin the arduous task of researching.Continue reading “Limitless Access, Infinite Responsibility”