Book Review: When God Made You

I recently had the opportunity to review a new children's book titled When God Made You from Waterbrook.  I don't review children's books often, but as a father of four children I take the opportunity on occasion.  The book is written by Matthew Paul Turner who is the author f sixteen other children's books. The book … Continue reading Book Review: When God Made You

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The Four Marks

The Study of Ecclesiology is an interesting in that it raised a dichotomy that ripples through the very fabric of Christianity.  Ecclesiology is the branch of theology that deals with the study of the church.  What is the church?  What are its functions?  Is it visible, invisible, or both?  These are questions that are often … Continue reading The Four Marks

Book Review: Sharing Jesus (without freaking out)

I recently finished reading Dr. Alvin Reid's book Sharing Jesus {without freaking out}.  This book looked at the realities that occur within personal evangelism, and how to overcome them.  This is important because evangelism is something that we are called to as Christians, and more often than not, the average Christian finds the concept terrifying. On … Continue reading Book Review: Sharing Jesus (without freaking out)

The Beginnings of Trinitarian Language

The doctrine of the Trinity is not an easy doctrine to grasp, and from the beginnings of the church there have been groups who have attempted to deny its validity.  Though the word itself does not appear in scripture it is a term used to describe the manifestation of God as Father, Son, and Holy … Continue reading The Beginnings of Trinitarian Language

DVD Review: The Mission

The movie, The Mission, is based on the historical events of an 18th century Jesuit mission.  The film portrays the importance that missions had among the Roman Catholic Church, and the urgency there was to spread the Gospel.  The film also displays something that has been all too common throughout history, and that is the … Continue reading DVD Review: The Mission