Pray the Scriptures

I began my Master of Divinity degree in 2000 before continuing on to earn a two-year MA in Biblical Exegesis and, ultimately, my PhD in Theological Studies. When it was […]

Use Your (Biblical) Words

In his book Language Lost and Found Niklas Forsberg notes, “Words are worn and torn, and so turned (differently). At times they are torn and worn out. But since words […]

Loving God, loving our neighbor

Have you ever wondered what life would be like if God’s people observed the two greatest commandments? When Jesus is asked which is the greatest commandment of the law, he […]

Who are you listening to?

When I was an Assistant Dean in distance learning, my department was going through a fair degree of change. It seemed as though everything was against us and I was […]

What you really, really want

Dwight Moody once said, “Let our thoughts rest upon Him; and He will lift us above ourselves, and above the world, and satisfy our utmost desires.” Our own wants and […]

Why I Will Always Be a Christian

Over the past few years, several reports have been released of prominent pastors and theologians who have decided not to be Christian any longer. This has prompted me to reflect on my time as a Christian and to ask myself a simple, straightforward question: will I always be a Christian?