Tag: Beliefs

The Damage of Your Best Life Now

I have been reading Reza Aslan’s Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth and have found a tremendous…

Why You Should Consider Convicted Civility

How do you handle theological controversy? Do you run away from it by agreeing to disagree, or do you see…

Was There A Time When Jesus Didn’t Exist?

I received the incredible privilege of speaking on Church History to a group of college students at Berkeley.  While I…

What Believing In Jesus Means

Have you ever seen those “Believe” bumper stickers or vague, kitschy church signs about belief and wondered what they meant? …

When You’re Theologizing

If you are trying to wrap your head around God, what I suggest the first things to do is to…

Why You Should Consider Knowing What You Believe And Why You Believe It

I am in the middle of preparing a brief message on the crucifixion scene in the Gospel of Mark and…

Searching and Actually Finding

Last week I mentioned how the Lord provides us his Spirit as confirmation of who we are and whose we…

Conversations of Consequence and Baseball

I came across a very insightful piece written over at the Stand to Reason blog about sharing our faith and…

Is God Love?

Facebook comment threads are a lot like a really bad freeway accident.  As much as you know you shouldn’t be…

The Mis-Focus of Sin

While I am out bonding with my beautiful daughter, I have the great privilege of bringing a dear friend to…

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