Overthinking Christian

Our scope here is to rattle evangelical norms that threaten biblical norms (as well as pretend we are smarter and more "spiritual" than we actually are).

Must Haves of 2020 (New Testament/ Theology Resources)

Below is my final list of 'Must Haves of 2020,' this list comprised of New Testament-related and theology-related resources that I find important in either furthering discussion about the New Testament in its context or helping the reader approach the... Continue Reading →

A Conversation with Michael J. Gorman on Union with Christ, Paul’s Letter to American Churches, and More

A few months ago I had the honor of chatting with Michael J. Gorman. We talked about his great new book Participating in Christ. Below is a link to the podcast, followed by the YouTube version. For some time stamps... Continue Reading →

Top Posts of 2020

#7 Daron George on the Black Experience in America and How the Church Should Respond (an interview) In June of this year, I published an interview with my friend, Daron George, regarding the general Black experience in America and how... Continue Reading →

Five Must Haves of 2020 (Old Testament Resources)

Here is my pick of my top 2020 releases related to Old Testament studies. #5: Discovering Psalms (by Jerome D. Croach) is a very helpful guide in better understanding the nature and theology of the Psalter. Published by Eerdmans, many... Continue Reading →

Must Haves of 2020

  Below is a list of non-technical and accessible resources that I find to be rich with both wisdom and relevance. The list is in no particular order and is followed by a few honorable mentions. Click the photos for... Continue Reading →

Mary The Revolutionary? Scot McKnight on The Mother of Jesus and her Impact on Jesus

Many Christians I encounter seem to want to place the gospel in a spiritual category safely away from the messiness of life, including politics. That is, Jesus is all about spiritual things (sin and salvation) and doesn’t really go near... Continue Reading →

Richard Wurmbrand’s Christmas Eve in Prison: the Power of Stories and Companionship

RIchard Wurmbrand describes one Christmas Eve in a Romanian prison during the communist regime.

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