Organized causes are innumerable. It takes about five minutes on social media to realize that just about every person has their favorite "cause" or purpose for which they strive. For some, it's social justice; for others, women's rights, LGBTQ rights, etc., etc., etc. The world is fragmented, and rarely is it united under one common … Continue reading Where Is Our Hope?
For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. –– Romans 1:16 There are several ways in which we could answer the question, "What is the power of God?" We could discuss the attribute of … Continue reading What Is the Power of God?
The biblical-theological significance behind the Pilgrim's sentiments and actions should not be forgotten. Sadly, Unitarian churches now line the streets of the original site of Plymouth Plantation. Not one of them preach the gospel—the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ, Who was so loved by our forerunners. In downtown Plymouth, not even a mile … Continue reading William Bradford in ‘Of the Plimoth Plantation’
Worship is where heaven touches earth. In worship, we are brought before God in a unique way, a way that has been designed and ordained by God Himself through His Word. Worship is the point at which believers are brought into contact with the means of grace, such as the preaching of the Word, the … Continue reading Worship: Not A Respecter of Culture
In my last post, I addressed the orthodox notion of Mary as theotokos, or mother of God. I concluded that it is indeed right, even necessary, to say that Mary is the mother of God according to God's human nature in the incarnation of the second Person of the holy Trinity. The basic reasoning is: If … Continue reading How can it be that thou, my God, shouldst die for me?