What The Hell is Hell? (Part 1)

What The Hell is Hell? (Part 1) Illustration by Casey Dayton  Hell is a weighty and often heavy topic — In a few posts I thought maybe I would tackle this beast in three segments outlining and highlighting the beauty of this wonderful doctrine, said no one ever. KEEP IN MIND THIS WILL BE A […]

Karl Barth: Theological sketches and biographies….

Karl Barth: Theological sketches and biographies…. This much is certain, that we have no theological right to set any sort of limits to the loving-kindness of God which has appeared in Jesus Christ. Our theological duty is to see and understand it as being still greater than we had seen before.” – Karl Barth My […]

Words Are Living…

Words Are Living…     Words and language happen to be humanity’s attempt at making sense of the universe…. The power of words… You do not need to be a great reader, writer, or artist to use words – words are floating all around us and in us. Pause for a moment and see if […]

David W. Congdon Interview: Rudolf Bultmann’s Dialectical Theology

David W. Congdon Interview: Rudolf Bultmann’s Dialectical Theology   We had the honor and privilege of interviewing David W. Congdon on his latest book, The Mission of Demythologizing: Rudolf Bultmann’s Dialectical Theology published by Fortress Press. This massive volume (in my opinion) should be read by everyone who is theologizing (like exercising, only with your […]

Kevin Vanhoozer Interview

An Interview with Kevin Vanhoozer     We had the opportunity to do another interview with Kevin J. Vanhoozer on pastoral ministry and theology. Dr. Vanhoozer is a professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. We asked him questions about pastoral ministry and his new book, The Pastor as Public Theologian. Once again we hope that you […]

Steve Gregg: Three Views on Hell

Steve Gregg: Three Views on Hell    We had the honor and privilege of interviewing our friend Steve Gregg. We first met Steve years back while he was serving at a local church that we had been thinking about attending, after the bible study, Steve could tell that my friends and I were passionate about […]

Kevin Vanhoozer, Pastoral Ministry.

Kevin Vanhoozer, Pastoral Ministry   We had the opportunity to interview Kevin J. Vanhoozer briefly on pastoral ministry and Church. Kevin is a professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. We asked him on pastoral ministry, we hope that you who aspire to be leaders, elders, pastors, shepherds in Christ’ church would benefit from Kevin’s perspective on […]

Living as a Transformed People.

Living as a Transformed People   What does it mean to be a transformed person living in an age of conformity? Is conformity a bad thing? More specifically, what I want to address is this, what does it mean to be a transformed Christian living in light of being in Christ. I hope to address […]

The Atoning Work of Jesus: Joel B. Green

The Atoning Work of Jesus: Joel B. Green   For many, it is difficult to understand how the death of one man, considered to be sacrificial, can be a covering or atonement for sin. Still, this is what Christians believe Jesus did for them. Through his death on the cross Jesus reconciled, redeemed, conquered, and […]