The Doctrine of Scripture: An Overview
Apr17

The Doctrine of Scripture: An Overview

God has revealed Himself to humankind in two ways: First, He’s revealed Himself primarily in Jesus Christ and in the Christian Scriptures, referred to as special revelation.[1] Second, He’s also revealed Himself externally in the created order and internally in the human conscience and heart, referred to as general revelation.[2] This article will highlight the importance of the doctrine of Scripture and provide an overview of the...

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The Lost World of Genesis One: A Review
Feb28

The Lost World of Genesis One: A Review

In 2009, IVP Academic published John H. Walton’s The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate. Walton is a professor at Wheaton College, teaching courses in Old Testament (OT), Hebrew, and archeology. He’s involved in numerous professional societies and has published extensively. Walton’s The Lost World—also the title of that second, less-than-stellar Jurassic Park film—has nothing to do with dinosaurs but...

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The ERLC, Marriage, and Ministry: A Conversation with Ray Ortlund, Jr.
Feb09

The ERLC, Marriage, and Ministry: A Conversation with Ray Ortlund, Jr.

On Tuesday, January 17, 2017, I had the opportunity to attend an Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission Leadership luncheon in Nashville, Tennessee. Approximately sixty-five local leaders sat around tables, discussing life, marriage, ministry, politics, and more. Chuy’s catered. The guest of honor was Ray Ortlund, whom ERLC president Russell Moore interviewed on the topic of marriage. Before the interview began, Moore introduced...

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Why I’m Staying: Advice to Aspiring Church Leaders
Dec12

Why I’m Staying: Advice to Aspiring Church Leaders

As a young man, and even a college student, I occasionally heard of people becoming disenfranchised with their churches or denominations.[1] Some, I learned, even left their denominations, though I’d never personally known anyone to do so. That all changed when I was in divinity school. A classmate of mine, Tom, who had been raised as a Southern Baptist, converted to Lutheranism.[2] “What makes a person in his mid-20s make such a...

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President Donald John Trump: Now What?
Nov09

President Donald John Trump: Now What?

By now, we’ve all heard the surprising results of the election: Republican Donald John Trump will be the forty-fifth United States President. With all of the dissatisfaction and controversy, who would have thought that he would win the presidency? Yet, call it what you will—rural v. urban, nationalist v. populist, or whatever—here we are. Sizing Up the Situation In the history of our republic, we’ve only had five other presidents with...

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