In my readings these past weeks I’ve come across many a gem from many different authors. The profound insights of Aquinas and Augustine, the moral teachings of John Paul II, the research of Biola’s Dr. William Lane Craig, the practical theology of Pastor Ray Warren and the cultural commentaries of Father Robert Barron. These all … More Simple vs Simplistic Faith: Theology as Society’s Street Sign
It’s funny. People who know me know that I’m not a perfect Christian. Then again, who is, right? Still, I’ve noticed some disturbing trends among young people – that aside from a complete lack of understanding the deep truths of the Christian faith, there seems to be a habit among us to dehumanize it. That … More Disturbing Trends: Flawed Perceptions
Someone dear to me once told me that worship songs were the greatest love songs ever written. How right she was. Whether you’re an avid Hillsong fan, a Gregorian chantor or someone who simply likes to meditate on the Psalms, one thing is unmistakable – no matter what Christian tradition you are from, the power … More “Falling in Love with Jesus”
After a semester of Greek, its time to get back to my first love – French! #LanguageJunky 😀
From the starting point of his reformed Presbyterian background, the theologian Douglas John Hall begins the task of dissecting and critiquing the work of the theologian before identifying the difficulties, duties and responsibilities that the theologian has in conveying the message of the Gospel. He deals with this by highlighting the intricate relationships between Freedom, … More “Bound & Free” – Reflecting on the Theological Task, based on the writings of Presbyterian Theologian, Douglas Hall.