I think Donald Trump fits the biblical description of a “fool.” I also think Donald Trump ended up being the least “foolish” candidate on the ballot. Which means, I voted for him … twice.
Can one reasonably expect to live in a morally charged universe that doesn’t involve consequences for immorality? This question seems to be at the heart of much public debate in 2020.
The question remains after the service is done and the live stream is over … Did anyone actually worship?
Packer’s impact on my life was through the books he wrote. Here are my top five JI Packer books, with a quote from each book.
Baucham’s refusal to use the phrase “black lives matter” is rooted in his concerns about “ethnic gnosticism,” but it’s also rooted in his concerns about the worldview that stands behind the “Black Lives Matter” organization.
The thoughts that follow are the result of a list of ideas I’ve been working on and adding to over the last several weeks. The order does not reflect the importance or ranking of my thoughts.
2020 might be remembered as the year of the groan. Every time we turn on the TV or check our phones, there’s another reason to groan.
For years I’ve enjoyed Johnson’s broadcasting style on Inside the NBA. Recently I enjoyed his writing when I read Unscripted: The Unpredictable Moments that Make Life Extraordinary.
I’m a regular pastor. My church is located in an average sized town. We are a medium sized church. Here are a few of my thoughts now that we’re several weeks into a “new normal.”