Trinity Sunday

In honor of Trinity Sunday, I’m reposting my entire review of Charles C. Twombly’s Perichoresis and Personhood: God, Christ, and Salvation in John of Damascus in hopes of drawing attention to this most important work. It is a must-read for those who wish to plunge the depths of Trinitarian theology, Christology and our union with [ more ]

Evangelicals Embracing Evolution

This is worth every nanosecond of your next 17 minutes and 34 seconds.

See also my posts Evolution or Faith: Blocks that Cause Stumbling and

Wine Spirituality?

Likely a full-on review coming for the new book by Gisela Kreglinger titled The Spirituality of WineThe Spirituality of Wine. These quotes are intended to whet your appetite (every pun intended!). I’m half way finished and really enjoying this!

“All things have spiritual meaning in the Christian faith precisely because of our belief that God created the

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What Does It Mean to Follow Jesus?

Yet another sermon, this one I believe going down in the archives of “Best Sermons Ever”. Preached Sunday, May 8, 2016, by our associate rector, Rev. M. David Cumbie. David’s heart for practical faith beats rapidly throughout and I expect that every Christ follower will be moved by his faithful and prophetic voice to [ more ]

“The Gesture of Love Always Leaves a Mark”

On May 1, 2016, at our beloved Holy Trinity Anglican Church I was confirmed into the Anglican tradition. Our bishop, the Rt. Rev. Steve Wood of St. Andrew’s Church, presented the following message. I found it incredibly inspiring and I do hope you’ll take time to listen and be equally encouraged. Also, check out [ more ]

Neither Complementarian Nor Egalitarian: A Summary Review, Part 2

Issues around gender roles in the home, the church, and the world have become secondary themes for most American evangelicals, largely due to the cultural, political, and social blitz around same-sex behavior and gender identity issues. Nevertheless, gender roles remain critically relevant for Christians all over the globe and 9780801039577Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian is a [ more ]

Neither Complementarian Nor Egalitarian: A Summary Review, Part 1

Michelle Lee-Barnewall has added considerable weight to a complex and controversial divide within evangelical circles arguing that the way forward is to first step back in the gender debates. Both sides in the discussion need to get a biblical grip on the relevance of kingdom values as they relate to gender talk. I can say [ more ]

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