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June 2015

Praying Imprecatory Psalms Evangelistically

Recently, a dear friend and fellow church member of mine, Russel Meek, wrote a blog for For the Church on 4 Reasons to Preach Imprecatory Psalms; which is incredibly helpful, and I recommend it highly. Here, I would like to piggy-back off of... Continue Reading →

New Site, Same Bite

I have made the decision to switch sites from blogspot to wordpress for my blog. This change is likely to be noted by particularly no one at all, since my blog is... shall we say... less than renowned. But just... Continue Reading →

The Law Then and Now: An Examination of the Mosaic Law Before and After the Cross

The Law Then and Now: An Examination of the Mosaic Law Before and After the Cross

Should I Attend A Same-Sex Wedding?

**This post was originally published on my old site in June, 2015 With the ever shifting tides of social norms in America, Christian Millennials will need to answer questions that haven’t really been asked in previous eras. This, of course, is not... Continue Reading →

Who Gets the Final Word?

**This post was originally published on my old site in March, 2015. What We Mean When We Say “Authority” Authority is the ultimate issue. It is what drives our actions and reactions. We are dictated by what we recognize as our authority.... Continue Reading →

Semantics and Sanctification

**This post was originally published on my old site in February, 2015. I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but “Sanctification” has been a hot topic in Reformed circles on the interweb as of late. Since I belong in this circle (I think... Continue Reading →

The Pastor’s Atonement: A Brief Examination of Definite Atonement in Jared Wilson’s “The Pastor’s Justification”

**This post was originally published on my old site in January, 2015 I am deathly afraid of being presumptuous when dealing with another’s writing. This is particularly true of writers whom I deeply respect. With that being said, I would like to... Continue Reading →

Corporate Confesssion

** This post was originally published on my old site in January, 2015 The very first of Martin Luther’s 95 theses was on repentance: “Our Lord and Master Jesus Christ, when he said [to repent], willed that the whole life of believers... Continue Reading →

The Intended End of All Christian Activity

**This post was originally published on my old site in May, 2014 About a year ago, I wrote a blog on worship, arguing that worship was an intelligible response to who God is, rather than a conjuring of “warm fuzzies.” I then... Continue Reading →

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