“Why Didn’t They Tell Me This Before Seminary?!”


There I went marchin’ off to seminary. New wife in tow and big plans ahead. Little did I know, the most important things I would learn would be outside the classroom and free.  I prefer to get my caveat out of the way up front: I think seminary can be a good thing. Men need trained, … Continue reading “Why Didn’t They Tell Me This Before Seminary?!”

“We Don’t Need Religion Anymore, Man!”


Christian: “Why would almost every people group around the world, throughout known history, have a form of worship either to many gods or simply one God?” Atheist: “Religion seems to have served as an evolutionary benefit. Religion gives people a moral compass by which people treat one another in ways conducive to survival, population growth, … Continue reading “We Don’t Need Religion Anymore, Man!”

Francis Cheynell on Eternal Generation


This is an excerpt from a larger article. See Here. This discussion picks up right after I talk about Bruce Ware’s claim that the orthodox notion of eternal generation is no less threatening to the doctrine of the Trinity than Ware’s own Eternal Relational Authority Subordinationism (ERAS). The issue that Ware points out here has … Continue reading Francis Cheynell on Eternal Generation

I’m Not Good Enough to Write This


In the 21st century, religion is kinda a strange thing. The term religion is used broadly and is attributed to mysticism as well as bible believing Christians. There are religions which require works in exchange for divine reconciliation. There are religions that think actions and thoughts matter about as much as your next food choice. Neither of … Continue reading I’m Not Good Enough to Write This

Second Guessing Richard Carrier, Part I


You may have heard of him in certain internet circles, and perhaps you have even seen him give a talk or two in your hometown. Richard Carrier is a pop-atheist who is avidly against the notion of a historical Jesus, a fervent defender of naturalism, and a compulsive “potty mouth” when it comes to critiquing … Continue reading Second Guessing Richard Carrier, Part I