I'm going to do a podcast soon on Scripture memorization. But until then, I was trying to find a good time to drop this...now is as good as any. I was going to try to explain this, but really, you just need to hear it. One thing, I have not reordered, altered, or changed a … Continue reading Romans 9: An Unconventional Memory Aid
Gifts, presents, and Christmas resources for all! In this episode, I share lots of fun seasonal articles, sermons, and resources for you to further explore! Read more about the Magi: "Seeing Ourselves in the Story of the Magi" at IMB.org"Wise Men, Magi, or Kings? It's Complicated." at Christianity Today"We _______ Kings: How Many Wise Men … Continue reading 1.8 — Christmas: Reformers, Unicorns, Grinches, and More!
I've packed this episode with so much content you'll never ask another question about the Magi. What should we call them? Magi? Wise men? Kings? And how many were there? 3? 10? Should we tear "We Three Kings" from the holiday section of our hymnals? Read more in my Christianity Today article Magi, Wise Men, … Continue reading 1.7 — Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Wise Men
Scrolling through the news. Scarfing down meals. Shuttling kids to programs and practices. After a frantic autumn, I feel like I'm doing everything half-cocked. I'm trying to slow down this holiday season by rediscovering what it looks like to feast with the King.
God is writer, which means two things for human beings made in his image: We are meant to be readers. We are meant to be writers.
I have a new podcast. And it's got a quirky math pun for a name: Functional Theology: Relating the Word to Your Daily LifeIt's weird. I'm weird. We all know it. However, there's a weird connection between math and theology. I kind of embody that bizarre relationship. I majored in both math and biblical studies … Continue reading 1.4 — What Is Functional Theology?
The Old Testament is either tragedy or triumph depending on who you identify with. There are two ways to read the OT and we need them both to properly understand and celebrate the Gospel.