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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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The Humanity of Jesus

Let’s Talk About Sin: Is Sin Natural?

Discussing sin as being a part of our humanity is very prevalent. We find it in secular media as well as in the church. For example, when someone is horrified by a mass shooting, they might talk about the horrors... Continue Reading →

Reflecting on Gethsemane During COVID-19

The Bible is clear with examples (none greater than Gethsemane) that lament is not a sign of weakness.

Are We Wrong About Sin? Death? My Thoughts on “Between Two Trees”

  If there is anything within evangelicalism that has been watered down or oversimplified in the name of convenience, it is the Fall. And yet, if there is anything that is central to Christianity proper, it is a proper understanding... Continue Reading →

The Humanity of Jesus & the Kingdom of God: a Conversation with Cherith Fee Nordling (Part I)

I had the great honor of conducting an interview with Dr. Cherith Fee Nordling (of Northern Seminary, Chicago) regarding the kingdom of God and some of its everyday implications. This is part one of a transcript of an hour-long phone... Continue Reading →

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