Merry Christology or Happy Heresy? Trinitarian Heresies

This is the third and final installment of the Christmas series on Christological heresies. I hope you have found these helpful in understanding what not to believe about the incarnation. The following heresies technically deserve a category of their own. They transcend the more narrow study of Christology, and are more closely related to the Continue Reading

Progressives, Conservatives, and Christians

I listen pretty regularly to political podcasts on a daily basis. In these, identification is important. Terms are used regularly like “the left,” the right,” “liberals,” “conservatives,” “democrats”, “republicans” etc. In terms of identification, there are two in particular I find most interesting. Those being “conservative” and “progressive.” I am intrigued because both of those Continue Reading

Responding to Supernatural Part I: Sovereignty with a Chest

Introduction: I recently finished Dr. Michael Heiser’s book Supernatural. It has been recommended by a good friend, as well as a trusted pastor. After finishing the book, I had conflicting emotions. The book has many positive qualities. I would say the primary thesis of the book is largely established. The book is a challenge to Continue Reading