Category: theology


Does Jesus actually tell us that whatever we ask of him, he will give us if we believe? Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours. -Mark 11:24 Would you consider… Continue Reading “whatever”

New Post

I’ve got a new post up at my new blog. Complementarianism vs. Egalitarianism

Women in the Church

N.T. Wright is a highly regarding theologian in the PCA/EPC circle in which I now run. As many times, since I’ve been in St. Louis, that I’ve heard arguments against women leading in the church, I was shocked to find Wright’s position on this… Continue Reading “Women in the Church”

Why I Am Not A Baptist

Hee. Hee. I Knew It.

Which theologian am I most like? You scored as Karl Barth, The daddy of 20th Century theology. You perceive liberal theology to be a disaster and so you insist that the revelation of Christ, not human experience, should be the starting point for all… Continue Reading “Hee. Hee. I Knew It.”

I have cool friends

… who give me great gifts like this. How lucky am I?

Once again, tagged

Blame it on The Very Left Reverend. “5 things I dig about Jesus” 1.) He taught me how to love. Christ loves me no matter what. That freaks me out a little. But that love is the greatest example of what love really is… Continue Reading “Once again, tagged”

Evan Almighty

I had a wonderful evening last night – dinner, movie and coffee with a couple of friends. One is leaving for 4 weeks on a short-term mission trip to Denmark so we had a little goodbye for her before she leaves. I enjoy Steve… Continue Reading “Evan Almighty”

Focusing on Christ

I had a professor in college who once said, “Jesus will never ask us to do something he hasn’t done himself.” The process of restoration that I began nearly a year ago is still with me, if only in small pieces. I can happily… Continue Reading “Focusing on Christ”