If you're like me, you've already heard the news that President Trump is pushing for "Bible literacy classes" in public schools. If it was not shocking news, perhaps it was perplexing. How in the world are we going to expect school teachers, many of whom are leftists, to teach the Bible honestly and accurately? It … Continue reading Three Reasons to Be in Favor of Bible Classes in Public Schools
Since the seventeenth century, Particular Baptists have been referred to often as 'Anabaptists'. In fact, to this very day, the same charge can be found swirling around Facebook discussions from our paedobaptist brethren to fellow Reformed Baptists. Is there any truth to this identification? If not, to what extent are the early Particular Baptists and, … Continue reading The Anabaptist Connection (?)
I'm half a month late on this one. Usually, people who want to write about Christmas write their posts prior to Christmas day so everyone on Facebook can know (for the twentieth time) that Christmas is evil and should not be celebrated in any way. This is not a post like those. If you wanted … Continue reading Evil Christmas – I
Etymology tells us that theology just means "the study of God." But defining theology has not always been so simple. Giving a definition of the term according to etymological considerations alone leaves questions open such as, "Does theology only have to do with the study of an object?" "Is theology distinctly Christian?" "Can any religion have a … Continue reading What is Theology?
“Look! I see four men loosed and walking about in the midst of the fire without harm, and the appearance of the fourth is like a son of the gods!” –– Daniel 3:25 –– Christ's Incarnational Experience For we do not have a high priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses, but One who has been … Continue reading Christ in the Fire