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The Growing Danger of White Supremacy, pt. 1

The events in Charlottesville this past week have brought the topic of white supremacy to the forefront, and for good reason. Many are under the impression that white supremacy is an old danger and no longer poses a threat to the future, but…
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Police Racism in America?

With every new shooting of a Black American comes a deluge of Facebook posts calling for an end to racism in policing. In the latest shooting, a white, female police officer fatally shot Terence Crutcher, an unarmed black man, in what appears…
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The Dark Underbelly of Calvinism: Double Predestination

Standard disclaimer: Calvinism/Arminianism is minor doctrine and should not result in disunity in its discussion. Many of the greatest Christians I know differ with my position on this matter, and yet it is important to discuss these differences…
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The Most Misunderstood Chapter in Scripture: Romans 9

I'm listening today to Wayne Grudem's systematic theology podcast, which is pretty good for a summary of biblical theology. I appreciate Grudem's even-keeled temperament and clear exposition. I also like that he marries serious intellectualism…
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My favorite podcasts

I listen to a lot of podcasts. In fact, since I've turned 30, the only time I listen to music these days is if I'm studying or praying. Most of the time in the car, or when I'm doing semi-mindless tasks, it's either an audiobook or podcast…
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In the Wake of Orlando

America has just suffered its worst terrorist attack since 9/11 and, like everyone else, I've been digesting the event and the various responses for the past couple days. Many things about this attack are notable, including the fact that the…
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Blog Reboot

Now that I'm (mostly) out of school, I find I have enough to time to write again, so I'm rebooting my blog. This time around my heart is a bit different, as I want to write about various things I'm interested in, and not just theology and politics…

My Take on the Primaries so far

Now that the Iowa Caucus is done, I think it's a good time to give my perspective on the primaries: We dodged a Trump bullet. If Trump had won Iowa as he was predicted to do, it was very conceivable that he could have run the table for…
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A Theology of Judgment

I saw a quote by Bill Johnson the other day, saying “Let God’s goodness be the cornerstone of your theology.” Let me preface my reaction to that quote by saying I have the utmost respect for Bill Johnson. I am incredibly thankful for his…