Review, Theology

Reflections on the Psalter Reclaimed

The Psalms have often been my favorite portion of the Bible for devotional time. I think fondly of the days where I could go out and away from the business of life and get alone with God in the Psalms, praying and singing and wrestling over truth.

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Theology

Transgenderism and Christianity: What to do with the body?

In 2015, most Americans had never had a conversation about transgender issues. By later that year, the topic had become cause célèbre in America and on the world stage, one “claiming the mantle of civil rights.”[1] Now, as both a hot-button political issue and a common topic of discussion among the general populace, transgenderism is […]

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Theology

Christianity v. Secular Humanism

Since roughly the Enlightenment period into present day, secular humanism has grown and assumed dominance in the western world. It is a worldview that co-opted the scientific and technological advances of the 19th and 20th centuries, resolving to marry the potential of a Creator-less universe with the onslaught of progress taking place in the world. […]

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Theology

Luther and the Image of God

Luther’s exegesis brings the effects of sin to the forefront, and necessarily points to the gospel as ultimate hope for restoration of that image. Man was not intended to be debilitated as he is now. He was supposed to be like Adam.

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