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Grappling with following Jesus in the 21st Century

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.

John Cooper (Skillet) on Deconstruction, Christian Celebrity Culture, & The Authority of Scripture

I was honored to talk to John Cooper (front man and bassist for the rock band Skillet) about his thoughts on deconstruction and his new book Awake & Alive To Truth (see here for link). I also asked John if... Continue Reading →

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