The Story of Us
History is a story of the people, places, and events that have shaped our present day. But whose story is it? Read More →
How Life Changes With a Newborn
Plenty of people gave words of wisdom during the pregnancy; many noted how life would never be the same. While I nodded and agreed with them, I never fully realized the magnitude of changes this little baby would produce. Read More →
The Myth of American Persecution
A significant part of the Christian story is persecution—experiencing hostility and even death for their belief in Christ. But what happens when there is no persecution? Read More →
On Living A Greater Story
Some changes are coming to my blog, including a name change and a refocus of content. Find out the reason behind these changes, and what you can be looking forward to in the days ahead. Read More →
The Deal With Jesus’ Wife
What's the deal with the Jesus' wife fragment? Is it a big deal? Is it real? Here's a brief summary of the Jesus' Wife fragment, and what we can learn from the news coverage. Read More →
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History is a story of the people, places, and events that have shaped our present day. But whose story is it?
Keeping a human being alive should be at the top of any parent's resume / Bats jam each other's sonar while hunting / Stuff first-century Christians fought about / Repentance yesterday, today, and tomorrow
In many movies, there is a wise sage character; he is the character that takes the young protagonist under his wing. But do wise sages exist for the trivial things in life?
Category: Book Reviews
I was on the radio! / Shipping containers as the Pony Express of quantum computers / Christians have prostituted art to give answers / Sound waves help tissue regeneration
By all accounts, Martin Luther was an average man living an average life. But God used him to seek reform in the Church, forever changing the Christian story.
Category: Church History
Plenty of people gave words of wisdom during the pregnancy; many noted how life would never be the same. While I nodded and agreed with them, I never fully realized the magnitude of changes this little baby would produce.
Redefining success with a newborn / Lockheed closes in on atomic fusion? / Poorly translated Latin motto now installed on library / 9 things everyone should do when reading the Bible
In 1054, leaders of the Eastern and Western branches of the Christian church excommunicated one another—an edict that remained until 1965. Here's how the Great Schism shapes the Christian story.
Category: Church History
Author Mark Strom highlights three presuppositions that ought to shape how we read and understand the Bible