The Serpent, Dragon & Leviathan as Symbol in Scripture

LITERAL OR FIGURATIVE? As Christians, we often have to defend our belief that the Bible should be taken literally. The writers of the Bible present much of the information as historical truth, and Christians need to accept certain claims of the Bible as fact to be true Christ-followers. For example, the apostle Paul wrote that … Continue reading The Serpent, Dragon & Leviathan as Symbol in Scripture

Rethinking How We Do Church: Lessons from Coronavirus

As local churches have wrestled with how to be the church during these past months of this global pandemic, several things have become glaringly clear to me as I’ve worked with my fellow elders at my own church and have taken part in discussions with other church planters and pastors. None of these “revelations” are … Continue reading Rethinking How We Do Church: Lessons from Coronavirus

7 Apologetics Podcasts Worth Giving a Listen

Other than thought-provoking entertainment, especially when you're stuck in a car, there are three big benefits to listening to the right Christian podcasts: (1)  The right podcasts give you access to topnotch Christian scholars and thinkers, and these people have a wealth of experience and knowledge. (2)  Even as a former seminary student and an … Continue reading 7 Apologetics Podcasts Worth Giving a Listen