It’s been interesting to hear people talk about politics and economics, and then comment on how Christianity should inform a political or economic perspective. I definitely believe that one’s Christian faith should inform and direct economic and political decisions. Jesus always gets pulled to one side or the other though. Those who are liberal want […]
Clothing attire causes much area for confusion and disagreement and even judgement. Especially when talking about women’s clothing attire. Especially when talking about women’s clothing attire and the sexual implications. I’ve recently heard of a movement called “Free the Nipple”. The issue is women want to be able to walk around shirtless and show their […]
Let’s look at natural evil and evil as a reason to reject Christianity.
Let’s explore the Asian American experience in relation to health care.
How do I get to heaven? That is one of the most common and controversial questions. As important as an answer to that question is, my attention is elsewhere. My attention is on what lurks behind that question. I’ve been fascinated with the assumption that we don’t get to heaven as we are right now. […]
One of the many forgotten and less recognized intellectuals who shaped thinking for generations to come.
1 Timothy 2:9-15 is clear that women are not to teach in the church, or is it?
Walk with me through Psalms 13 as we investigate what it means to lament and how this is to be a part of our relationship with God.
An exploration into what Christians can learn from Buddhist about how Christianity relates to other religions.
Old testament and new testament can be hard to reconcile for so many reasons, but I think one big reason is our misunderstanding of the concept of two different covenants. In the old testament, they had a specific covenant that God made and held to faithfully. When Jesus comes, there is a new covenant. This […]