A Trending Concern As a seminary student, preacher, and overall theology lover, I have the opportunity to engage with individuals on a “street-level” quite often. One of my pressing concerns amongst pastors and theology students I have seen as of late is the lack of firmness against Roman Catholicism. Seemingly, many are willing to capitulate in acceptance of Rome’s … [Read more...] about Yes . . . The Catholic Church is Still Heretical
A Monk’s Bravery The 16th century was conversely both a perilous and splendid time where history’s course would be drastically altered. Perilous because it would be through the blood of the martyrs that the seeds of change were sown. Splendid since God moved by the power of His sovereign plan to build up His church unleashing the light of the Gospel. Martin Luther, a fiery, … [Read more...] about Should Christians Run From A Chaotic Culture?
The Temptation To Focus On The Short-Term We live in a pretty chaotic moment of history which necessitates there is much rebuilding that needs to occur around us at almost every level. Our age is one where a man can win an NCAA championship competing in women’s sports.1 Seemingly, we have degraded to a point where many cannot even define basic concepts of reality such as … [Read more...] about Steadily Building Amidst The Chaos