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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).

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Revelation

Antichrist: Literal or Figurative? And other questions (an interview with Jason Maston)

  I recently had the privilege of interviewing New Testament scholar Jason Maston (Assistant Professor of Theology, Houston Baptist University) concerning the End of Time and how we should approach the apocalyptic texts of the New Testament. Enjoy! Concerning the “end of times”... Continue Reading →

Can Revelation be Understood? Michael J. Gorman Responds

I had the great honor of conducting an interview with respected New Testament scholar Michael J. Gorman, concerning the book of Revelation. Dr. Michael J. Gorman is an authority on Pauline literature, and is the author of Reading Revelation Responsibly. Enjoy!... Continue Reading →

“If God isn’t anti-earth or anti-culture, then why are we?” Keith Green and Reflections on the Incarnation (Video Included)

This Christmas season I studied John 1, falling in love with John's simplistic and creative depiction of a God who becomes (hu)man. Here we encounter a God who chooses to enter our world, engaging with our "worldly" culture (at least... Continue Reading →

Nationalism and The Christian

Much word count by the apostle Paul is dedicated to the reconciliation of different ethnic groups (mainly Jews and Gentiles). To Paul, his Messiah and Lord  wasn't crucified simply to reconcile humans to God but rather God went a radical... Continue Reading →

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