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“humility”

Preaching to the Choir?

Dear reader, the question this article proposes to answer is, “Why would I go to a Christian worship event to preach?” Do I just want to start trouble? Is this literally a form of preaching to the choir? Do I believe only that only I and 14 other Calvinists on the internet are the “true […]

Watch Your Mouth!

Michelle Lesley has graciously let me post at her blog again. I hope you’ll read it and comment. Here is the post: Mackerels, Schmoley, and the Spirit of God

Divine Revelation? Wisdom? Intuition?

The good folks at The Domain for Truth have let me post on their blog again. This post actually got some comments for discussion. Receiving divine revelation has become so blasé that people who normally would affirm sola scriptura don’t even bat an eye when someone proposes to be hearing from God. Now I know […]

I’m Not Ashamed

Jonathan Edwards resolved “never to lose one moment of time; but improve it the most profitable way I possibly can and “never to do anything, which I should be afraid to do, if it were the last hour of my life.” 1 I’m Not Ashamed, the latest Pure Flix movie to hit the big screen, […]

My First Sunday Morning Sermon

On March the 6th, 2016, I was honored to preach my first ever Sunday morning sermon at First Baptist Church of New Albany in Ohio. To skip my comments and just listen to the sermon see below. A few notable moments. Upon arrival I found out they were happy to allow me to lead the […]

Movie Review of Risen

I enjoyed [Risen], generally speaking, and there were a few parts where the story on the screen and my thoughts of my own relationship with Christ brought me to tears of joy over my salvation and sadness over my sin. Read the rest of my review here. Here are a few other reviews I found […]

Would Christ Call Someone Unchristlike?

I have a general sense that wherever possible we try to use Biblical terminology. This means we say words that people often find offensive. For example, we, as Christians, should not be afraid to call transgression of God’s law “sin,” rather than “a mistake” or “missing the best.” I think an area where this can […]