Longings of an Exiled Heart in the Days of Disease: Looking at Acts 2:42 from Afar

COVID-19, and the various actions taken in response to it, have resulted in exiles the world over. As Christians, we have been exiled from the joyous devotions of Church life. I do not wish here to address the question of whether or not these measures have been proper, either from a perspective of justice or … Continue reading Longings of an Exiled Heart in the Days of Disease: Looking at Acts 2:42 from Afar

The Trinitarian Nature of Ante-Nicene Writings

The following is a brief selection of the Ante-Nicene (before Nicaea) testimony to this fundamental doctrine of the Christian faith, thus demonstrating that the doctrine of the Trinity is not a later invention of the Church at the Council of Nicaea (A.D. 325), as is frequently asserted by various internet apologists.  While the formal articulation … Continue reading The Trinitarian Nature of Ante-Nicene Writings

To Abolish the Family Is To Abolish Society

Sophie Lewis of Open Democracy, a far-left organization, recently posted an article entitled, "The coronavirus crisis shows it's time to abolish the family". After you're done furrowing your brow, wondering why the heck anyone would think the family needs to be abolished, read on. First off, yes, this is a real article and the author … Continue reading To Abolish the Family Is To Abolish Society

By What Standard?: How the Spirit of the Age Made Its Way into the SBC

Earlier this month, the Founders Ministries, a ministry within the Southern Baptist Convention, released a cinedoc titled "By What Standard? God's World...God's Rules". This documentary, produced by David Shannon (aka. "Chocolate Knox") and essentially hosted by Tom Ascol, takes you on a tour of recent politically-driven events plaguing the SBC. At the root of this … Continue reading By What Standard?: How the Spirit of the Age Made Its Way into the SBC