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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).

What’s an ‘F-Uterus’ Pin? Teen Vogue’s Article on Teen Abortion & a Teenager’s Response (Video)

Vogue recently wrote an article (slideshow? I can't tell) directed toward teens titled "What To Get A Friend Post-Abortion." Even more than the bubble-gum language used (it's a sad day when this is what our teens read) I was appalled... Continue Reading →

Does Seminary “Work?” Paul Louis Metzger Responds

Below you will find an interview conducted with Paul Louis Metzger, PhD (professor of Christian Theology and Theology of Culture, Multnomah Seminary, Portland, Oregon), who answers my questions concerning pros and cons of Seminary. Enjoy! What is your response to... Continue Reading →

Kingship and Worship: A Lesson This Palm Sunday

If your churches are anything like the churches I grew up in, there will be a whole lot of palm leaves this Sunday being waved by (loud) singing children. There will be a tone of celebration and jubilee as worship... Continue Reading →

Biblical Illiteracy: What’s The Big Deal? Kevin Vanhoozer Responds

  I had the honor of conducting an interview with well-known and respected Theologian Kevin J Vanhoozer (Research Professor of Systematic Theology, Trinity Evangelical, Illinois) regarding if Biblical Illiteracy is indeed a problem in our churches. As his work has... Continue Reading →

How Should We Approach Revelation? Kenneth Gentry Responds

I recently had the honor of conducting an interview with Reformed Theologian and respected Revelation expositor Kenneth Gentry who answers my questions concerning problematic issues related to this book and its interpretation. Enjoy! What's your response to Bible-reading Christians who... Continue Reading →

What is the Fruit of the Spirit Anyway? Christopher J. H. Wright (book review)

Books on the fruit of the Spirit (or even lone chapters dedicated to this topic) tend to be very general, leaving the reader with more fog than clarity. I have found the same problem with the sermons I've heard over... Continue Reading →

Tim Keller and the Princeton Scuffle: Questions of Intolerance

Sought-after speaker, author, and pastor Tim Keller was to be awarded the Abraham Kuyper Prize from Princeton Seminary this year when it was instead recinded. Reasons? No, it was not a sex-scandal. No, Keller didn't "fall from grace." Rather, Keller... Continue Reading →

Does Seminary “Work?” George Guthrie Responds

Below is an interview I conducted with respected New Testament scholar George H. Guthrie  (Benjamin W. Perry Professor of Bible at Union University in Jackson, TN) who among other works has a very respected commentary on Hebrews. Enjoy!   What is your response... Continue Reading →

‘Do All Lives Matter?’ Wayne Gordon and John M. Perkins (book review)

Authored by pastor Wayne Gordon and civil rights activist John M. Perkins, Do All Lives Matter? The Issues We Can No Longer Ignore and the Solutions We All Long For (Baker, 2017) delves into the raging topic of racism towards black Americans... Continue Reading →

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