Does it Matter Which Bible Translation You Use?

In the evangelical world, there are countless Bible translations to choose from. Some people–mostly skeptics–criticize that. To me, it’s mostly good. The amount of Bible translations we have helps in regards to understanding what we’re reading. However, with the amount of Bible translations comes the fine line between choosing a Bible translation that we canContinue reading “Does it Matter Which Bible Translation You Use?”

The Gospel is Offensive, but You Shouldn’t Be

The world in which we live today is full of people who are easily offended. From “safe spaces” at universities to unconstitutional attempts to tear down free speech because of what is being said, the world wants us to know something: they’re offended. I get why they’re offended because I know the message we preach—theContinue reading “The Gospel is Offensive, but You Shouldn’t Be”

How We Should Respond When God Says No

During our first pregnancy, my wife and I pulled into the hospital parking lot, both eager and anxious to see our baby for the first time via ultrasound. I parked the car and we decided that we needed to pray. We prayed, of course, for everything to go smoothly. Everything did not go smoothly. GodContinue reading “How We Should Respond When God Says No”

#WorshipWednesday – A Theology of Worship

For this week’s #WorshipWednesday, I am linking an article by Kevin DeYoung at The Gospel Coalition. In it, DeYoung writes about the theology of worship: what it’s ultimately for, what it’s focused on, what it’s based on, among other things. Churches would do well to follow this. Click the link below: A Theology of Worship

Theology of the Week: Justification by Faith Alone

About a week ago I told my wife I wanted to start shooting video content for my blog. She suggested doing some type of material where I talked about a theological doctrine that is impacting me each week. So, I did. Of course, this is my first video, so the quality isn’t amazing and theContinue reading “Theology of the Week: Justification by Faith Alone”