I read a lot of books. About 1 in 10 is worth mentioning. Think Again by Jared Mellinger is one of them. My corner of evangelical christianity is fairly heavily introspective. Many spiritual disciplines and counseling practices emphasize introspection as a means of self-reflection to route out incorrect patterns of thinking. Many sermon applications either […]
Freedom in Christ is a tricky, tricky, tricky subject to get right. Christians believe (actually, Jesus taught) that holiness and obedience are crucial to the faith (John 14:15). But what is obedience? Obedience to what? What happens if we disobey? How does God feel toward Christians when we break His commands? The same as He felt toward […]
I was recently provided a copy of The Cradle, The Cross, and the Crown: An Introduction to the New Testament (2nd Edition) by B&H Academic for review, and I am excited to write about it.
This is an important book on the church. You should read it. It is important for two reasons: 1) It’s short 2) It’s solid ## Why short is important: Many of my non-reader friends scoff at the length of books (typical Christian living books are around 250 pages. An artifact of the economics of the […]