I asked myself this question perpetually throughout College (and Seminary): why would an artist become a pastor?  My answer, in short, is because of Jesus. My father is a pastor

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Things have been a blur for me recently.  In December I completed a three-and-half year Seminary program and received a Masters of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson,

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Paths Christians Take When They Encounter Evolutionary Theory  As a student in Seminary, I’m surrounded by the theological debates of the day.  Within Reformed circles, the debates mainly revolve around

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I’ve been reading through Michael Licona’s, “The Resurrection of Jesus,” and think that his first chapter is seriously helpful in beginning a conversation on the philosophy of history and science.

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For my pre-mill, dispensationalist friends:In Matthew 24:36-42 Jesus says that His return will be like the days of Noah. People were eating and drinking, and being given in marriage, but

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I am reading an article concerning Jewish (rabbinic) thought on the possibility of incarnation.  The author suggests that a rabbinic form of prayer, kawwanah, implies that if God is capable

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It has been a long while since I have posted anything, due to the fact that my wife and my seminary studies and my preaching and teaching have been my

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Two reasons I am a Calvinist: “When the Gentiles heard this, they began rejoicing and glorifying the word of the Lord; and as many as had been appointed to eternal

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