A Man of God, Before a Man On a Box. (Part 1)

A Special Season of Life and Discipleship It has only been a couple weeks since Brian and I sat down together at a local cafAi??. We spent two hours together. It was our longest conversation since I met Brian a decade ago when, at the time, he was but a pre-teen. He was small and […]

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The Value of Being Unrespectable

There’s a line in the new film Babies Are Murdered Here that has gotten me to thinking. First of all, if you haven’t seen the film yet, honestly, what are you waiting for?Ai??Please watch it, then come back and read this blog; you may have a different perspective on what I’m arguing for. R.C. Sproul, […]

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The Lego Movie, Lord Business and Christian Television

  Everything is awesome! Everything is cool when you’re part of a team! Everything is awesome, when we’re living our dream! Thus began the words of the now famous, slightly post-millennial and optimistic theme song of The Lego Movie. OK, so maybe it’s not as post-millennial as it is humanist. But still, it’s a great […]

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Ham on Nye. A Debate Critique.

Therefore apologetics involves intellectual reasoning and argumentation regarding the Christian worldview’It is a matter of intellectual analysis and confrontation.Ai?? The loathing of such things in many quarters of the modern Christian community is unhealthy.Ai?? Reasoning is not an unspiritual activity to be shunned nor does argument’ automatically denote personal contentiousness. Dr. Greg Bahnsen in Van […]

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Derek Jeter: Is That All There Is?

The Greatest Game One of my all-time favorite movie lines was uttered by the voice’James Earl Jones. I mean, come on; this guy makes reading the alphabet sound good. The movie: The Sandlot. As Scotty Smalls and a couple of the other kids are welcomed into the home of the owner of The Beast (a […]

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In Search of the Immutable Joke

Today it was announced that Sid Caesar, the father of Television Comedy, passed away at 95. I wrote this blog a few weeks ago on the Crown Rights blog, but thought it was worthy of reposting in his memory. Laughter is a strange thing. On one hand, what makes a person laugh varies. Some people […]

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Purpose of the Law ‘ to Reveal our Sin

One of the things that Scripture reveals to us is the law of God. The aspect of the law that we will concern ourselves with is the moral law as opposed to the ceremonial or civil law. We will focus on the moral law because it is eternal, consisting in the very nature of God, […]

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Tim Tebow: Lackluster play or anti-Christian media bias?

Now, six months removed from Tebow’s last gig in the NFL, perhaps we should ask the question… Why can’t Tim Tebow get a contract? Is it perhaps his lackluster QB play? The fact that he’s not a typical pocket passer? Or is there something more sinister at play here? Are all the Tebowmaniacs on to […]

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Michael Sam is no Jackie Robinson

A Biblical Worldview of Sexual Purity is Not Homophobia While secular society defines homophobia in ways that are unbiblical, I emphatically agree that homophobia is wrong. Homosexuals, like every other human being, are created in the image of God (Genesis 1:27). As such, they deserve to be treated as one’s neighbor, with the same care, […]

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A postmillennialist and a dispensationalist walked into a bar.

A postmillennialist and a dispensationalist walked into a bar. Okay, that would likely never happen. But it might happen that these two would find themselves gathering in a new blog collective. Such is the case on Gospel Spam where I, a Calvinist dispensationalist, have joined a couple of postmillennialists in a new collaboration. With a […]

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