Musings on the nature and purpose of ambiguity in theology.
Is Complementarian a Real Word?
A question to prompt reflection of the word “complementarian.”
Who is the Gospel For, Anyway?
A situation faced by a pastor with his teenage daughter forces the question, who is the gospel for, anyway?
Jesus Weeps with Us
For those who mourn. A reflection on grief and the death of Lazarus.
PSA – Following Jesus Doesn’t Require Special Powers
Those whom the world considers “ordinary,” Jesus invites to witness miracles. A reflection for Easter.
Precision of Language – Forgiveness and Reconciliation
Forgiveness and reconciliation are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same thing, especially in the context of a body of believers.
Echoes of the Gospel – Repentance and Regret
Reflections on regret and repentance, as prompted by an essay from Daniel H. Pink.
Winsome Rebellion (or When Submission Becomes Unbiblical)
Exploring the limits of “biblical” submission.