Christian author Katelyn Beaty recently published an opinion piece in The New York Times titled, A Christian Case Against the Pence Rule. In it, Katelyn critiques the gender-relations etiquette of … Continue reading Mike Pence, Dining With Women, & Why Manners Matter
A week has passed since the unthinkable occured at Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church, just east of San Antonio, Texas. This morning, during worship at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, I played … Continue reading Jesus, Keep Me Near The Cross: A Tribute to Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church
Lately, outrage is everywhere. It seems that everybody is mad about something, and feeling “triggered” is practically considered a virtue. Even justifiable anger over real problems frequently seems blown-out-of-proportion and … Continue reading The Outrage Epidemic & How To Love A Hater
Arguing with a fool on the internet is like wrestling a pig; you both get dirty, and the pig likes it. A wise woman considers her child’s health and nutrition, … Continue reading Internet Proverbs: If Solomon Had Been A Millennial
We’ve been through a lot together, you and I. You were always there, no matter how horrible things got. I remember as a young child, making mud-pies in the back … Continue reading The Cursed Blessing of Depression
Some of the most pain-riddled people you will ever encounter will call themselves atheists. While some atheists are calmly secure in their unbelief, others lash out at Christians with vehemence. … Continue reading Reactionary Atheism: When Evil Is Bigger Than God
Late Sunday night, Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd of 22,000 country music festival attendees from the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Today, … Continue reading When There’s No Room Left To Grieve
As someone whose childhood was severely damaged by pornography, I find it difficult to be undisturbed by the sorrow which so many have expressed at the passing of Hugh Hefner. … Continue reading Hugh Hefner & The Legacy of Pornography
Recently Jason and I watched Netflix‘s esoteric series, The OA. Without giving away too may spoilers, the show centers around two basic ideas: The afterlife is simply another dimension. Life … Continue reading Theology Of The OA: The Anteroom Of Death
Many people likely think I’m foolish for voting 3rd Party for Evan McMullin (I know, I feel the eye-rolls), but if you have a few minutes and an open mind, I’d … Continue reading How Did We Come To This Place?
This is not going to be a very popular post. It’s going to step on some toes, but it’s something that needs to be said. Lately I’ve encountered many Christians … Continue reading Does It Matter To You How You Worship God?
As I read through the Pslams with the girls, I am often struck by how relevant they are to our modern political and cultural plight. This of course should not … Continue reading What A 3,000 Year Old Poem Has To Say About Trump, Clinton, & Modern Politics