Tag Archive: theology

Review of Surprised by Hope

I’m a little late to the party, but I finally got around to reading N.T. Wright’s Surprised by Hope.  I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book.  This book will, without a doubt, be on my… Continue reading

All Christians are Theologians

The Bible speaks of us as knowing God and as being known by God.  Both of these important facts are part of the theology that each of us builds up during the whole… Continue reading

The Gospel Changes Everything

Lately I’ve been developing a personal life mission statement.  One of the ways I’ve been working towards this goal is by reflecting on certain verses in the Bible that sum up my entire… Continue reading

Augustine Quote

“For such is the depth of the Christian Scriptures that, even if I were attempting to study them and nothing else, from boyhood to decrepit old age, with the utmost leisure, the most… Continue reading

Discipleship Versus Mission

Discipleship and mission are two buzzwords right now in evangelical circles. Christians use these words to emphasize different aspects of the same thing: God’s overarching mission is to glorify Himself by reconciling sinners… Continue reading

Evangelical Hypocrites

“Of all hypocrites, grant that I may not be an evangelical hypocrite, who sins more safely because grace abounds, who tells his lusts that Christ’s blood cleanseth them, who reasons that God cannot… Continue reading