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Overthinking Christian

Our scope here is to rattle evangelical norms that threaten Biblical norms (as well as pretend we are smarter and more "spiritual" than we actually are).

Scot McKnight on The Gospel (video)

Scot McKnight shares on what the Gospel is as well as what the Gospel is not. https://youtu.be/-HdyhUQ3Krs

‘The Gospel According to Paul’ According to John MacArthur (book review)

John MacArthur continues to astound me. Maintaining an audience from those in many denominations, having the gift of writing clearly, and possessing an unyielding determination to convey the truth of Scripture, a book on Paul (from him) sounds like something... Continue Reading →

The Last Adam, Brandon D. Crowe (book review)

At the outset it must be said that The Last Adam (Baker, 2017) is an academic book. If you're not fond of many footnotes then this may not be for you. But if you are into academic books on the New Testament,... Continue Reading →

How Some Christians View the Bible (video)

Below you will find a video that needs to be streamed in the West in our churches, Bible studies, seminaries, ect. A video that makes me feel guilty for what I have but don't value: God's very words. Please take... Continue Reading →

Is There “Hope for the Same-Sex Attracted?” An Assessment on Ron Citlau’s new release

Ron Citlau is a pastor, married to a woman, and is same-sex attracted. He cares for what the Bible says. He knows real struggles. And yet he knows real victory. All this and more is what Hope for the Same-Sex Attracted (Bethany... Continue Reading →

Antichrist: Literal or Figurative? And other questions: An Interview with Jason Maston

I recently had the privilege of interviewing New Testament scholar Jason Maston (Assistant Professor of Theology, Houston Baptist University) concerning the End of Time and how we should approach the apocalyptic texts of the New Testament. Enjoy! Concerning the “end of times” (eschatology)... Continue Reading →

Can Revelation be Understood? Michael J. Gorman Responds

I had the great honor of conducting an interview with respected New Testament scholar Michael J. Gorman, concerning the book of Revelation. Dr. Michael J. Gorman is an authority on Pauline literature, and is the author of Reading Revelation Responsibly. Enjoy!... Continue Reading →

Free Will: Does It Exist? (part I)

Having never read Philip Yancey before, I went on ahead and opened to a random page of his "The Jesus I Never Knew" (my father gifted me this book among many others). Yancey was briefly interacting with the one and... Continue Reading →

“When Affliction and Faith Collide:” ‘Struck’ by Russ Ramsey (book review)

Russ Ramsey, a pastor I had never heard of before, was diagnosed with cancer years ago. His journey he documents in the new release Struck: One Christian's Reflections On Encountering Death (InterVarsity Press, 2017) in which he recounts ways in which... Continue Reading →

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