As a preaching pastor, I live with the perpetual horizon of Sunday morning before me. Whether I feel well, or have gotten enough sleep, or have writers block are all irrelevant to the ever looming task of Sunday morning. I love preaching. It’s what God put me on this earth to do. However, creatively explaining… Continue reading Some Reading from 2015
Ever since I was a teenager, I have loved synth music. While my friends were listening to Alan Jackson talk about the Chatahoochee river, I was listening to Depeche Mode. My introduction to synth music came from an unexpected source, Joy Division. While Joy Division can hardly be called synth pop, there was enough overlap… Continue reading Are We Saying Anything: Danny Brown and Purity Ring
Here is an article I wrote a few months ago about one of my favorite authors. For the article click here!
Below is an article I wrote for the Kern Pastors Network a few months back. In it I address the centrality of Christ’s mediatory work in the realm of vocational work. Enjoy!
I am currently reading through the introduction of T.F. Torrance’s work Incarnation. In the introduction Robert Walker states, It is not only in the written word of scripture that God is known, but in terms of it. The bible, in other words, is not only the window through which we know him, but the way we are… Continue reading At the Table: The Prophetic Office and Biblical Language
But for you who fear My name, the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in its wings; and you will go forth and skip about like calves from the stall. Malachi 4:2 I have been struck by how much I love Taylor Swift’s newest album “1989.” Each song hooks me into a head bobbing,… Continue reading Taylor Swift and Theology
I have recently finished reading Matthew Levering’s book Predestination: Biblical and Theological Paths. In this clear and concise text, Levering sketches a biblical and historical account of predestination. Here are a few thoughts on a very complex and helpful book. Bible: While his biblical exegesis is expedited at best, he hits the main texts that… Continue reading Matthew Levering’s “Predestination” a Review