I am a Protestant. By no means am I unfavorable to the Roman Catholic Church. I have theological differences in a number of areas, but I would be uncomfortable saying (as some in my own tradition do) that the Roman Catholic Church is not a “true church.” Uncomfortable isn’t a strong enough word. Actually, to […]Read more "Light of the World – Peter Seewald, Pope Benedict"
I go to a rather formal church in which we follow a liturgy. This past Sunday I found our corporate confession of faith to be powerful and moving. This is often the case, but for some reason this particular corporate confession hit home. I thought I’d share it. It comes from The Worship Sourcebook (I apologize. […]Read more "A Confession of Sin"
Yesterday was a special day in the classroom. One of my classes asked some fantastic questions based off 1 Cor. 6:9-11. Here is the biblical text in question: “Or do you not know that wrongdoers will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: Neither the sexually immoral nor idolaters nor adulterers nor men who have sex […]Read more "A.W. Tozer and the Test for Authentic Faith"
This post is a follow up to the earlier post concerning the creation debate between Nye and Ham. I mentioned in that post how I planned on posting something about the origins according to the Bible. In our modern society, we are perplexed by how things work. We have countless scientists, engineers, mathematicians, etc working […]Read more "Origins in Ancient and Modern Societies"
Two nights ago, Bill Nye (aka “The Science Guy”) and Ken Ham (CEO of Answers in Genesis) debated live from the Creation Museum. The topic of the debate was whether or not creationism is a valid scientific theory. I think both individuals did a good job, but there was one glaring difficulty I had with […]Read more "Theology and Science: Ken Ham debates Bill Nye"