If you’re like me, you cannot wait to worship in a church full of people again. Each lockdown Sunday, I am reminded of the privilege we experienced when worshipping together in person. To think that many Christians throughout history have had to worship in secret for fear of government persecution puts into perspective how privilegedContinue reading “When We Come Back”
Last fall I had the privilege of taking a class at my home college entitled Theological Interpretation of Scripture (TIS). The format was unique: it was co-taught by professors Joseph Mangina and Ephraim Radner and involved both the study and practice of the TIS exegetical “method.” For those unfamiliar with the term, TIS has beenContinue reading “Theological Interpretation of Scripture”
Congratulations on deciding to do your “own” research! Research is an exciting vocation that can be very rewarding. However, before beginning to research, the following points need to be addressed. #1 – What is your background and research question? As you are already aware, research is a rigorous process of contributing knowledge under the scrutinyContinue reading “So, You’re a Researcher Now?”
One would assume that humanity would be at its most humble. Living with the totality of human knowledge at our fingertips should cause us to question our limits. However, instead of humility, we seem arrogantly convinced our personal experience is the ruler we measure right-thinking against. It is no secret that there is a profoundContinue reading “Ignorance in an Internet Age”
During times of crisis we cannot help but expose the state of our inner self. There are always “bottle tipping” moments in life–moments when we are turned upside down and the content of our hearts are on display. We often react on instinct, and in a world plagued by the ability of instant self-promotion, uglyContinue reading “When We Get Tipped Over”
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