Nicaea Is Enough: A Response

In 2017 a professor from the university I attended wrote a blog post titled “Is Nicaea Enough?” I’ve been thinking about that subject a lot recently. Nicaea is, in fact, enough. Here’s my take on it. But First I Want To Say… Too often “Christians’ ‘ view other “Christians’ ‘…

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…

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…

The Word of God Called, He Wants His Throne Back

Honey or Vinegar I am trying to change the general tone of how I write. As my friend Everett has told me, “You catch more flies with honey than vinegar.” Of course, he isn’t the first one to say this, but it’s true. But sometimes I just get so fired…

John Calvin: And The False Dichotomy​ of Orthodoxy and Orthopraxy

For a lot of people the name of John Calvin is synonymous with Orthodoxy. He’s seen as a brilliant systematic theologian, biblical scholar, and the scourge of heretics. But was he really the upholder of Orthodoxy as so often thought. My suggestion is that he was not. I believe that…

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