We Don’t Have To Have It All Figured Out

What a Know It All! Despite the fact that many think I’m a know it all, I promise there is a lot that I don’t know. I know nothing about Zoology, Psychology, Cardiology, Physics, Videography, Graphic Design, Biology, Mathematics ( literally cannot do fractions) I mean the list could literally…

Silence in the Time of COVID

I know, I know, how can I possibly have more to say about silence in the life of the believer? Well, aside from the fact that I still have the capstone of my series on silence in literature left to write, a few things have happened this week that have…

The Redemptive Work of Silence: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

If you have not already read my post about Anne Brontë’s novel Agnes Grey, you can find that here. The post includes some insights about Brontë’s faith and how it motivated her characters and storylines. Brontë’s second and final novel was The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. At the time of…

When the Dog With the Most Toilet Paper Wins

The COVID-19 virus is spreading over the globe. It began in China and has migrated and infected people in numerous countries. “There have already been 174,000 cases and 6,700 deaths worldwide.”[1] Fear and panic has also infected communities through digital media outlets highlighting stock market corrections, health-care system overloads, and supply…

Church-Splitting is Heretical

Kicking It With Heresy Recently for some reason I’ve been on a heresy kick. Many of my recent articles I’ve written have been about heresy in some shape or form. This certainly was not something I planned to do, and it’s only really now as I’m writing this that I’ve…

Evan Hansen, Calvinism, and Holiness

I love musicals. I love how musical themes that are present in songs at the beginning of musicals come to a head again and again throughout the entirety of the show (the Bible is much the same way. If you study Biblical theology you will see themes that repeat over…

An Orthodoxy of Love

Turns out Orthodoxy is actually Important For the past few years as my theology has changed, and grown a stronger conviction that orthodoxy (which, “has the double meaning of ‘right belief’ and ‘right worship’” Kallistos Ware) is essential to the Christian Faith. While that may scare some people let me…

Totally Depraved Bonobos?

Total Depravity Defined In my philosophy 101 class I took in undergrad I was exposed to the utter importance of defining one’s terms. It’s imperative to do so if we wish to be understood and actually not talk past one another. So what do I mean by Total Depravity? Do…

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