In the ongoing debate over Christ's submission to the Father and whether that is an eternal reality or a temporal, incarnate reality, there is one question that, in my opinion, has not been adequately addressed by opponents of eternal submission. It is a question that presents the difficulties of relegating Christ's submission to his human … Continue reading What the Resurrection of Christ Means for His Submission to the Father
One of the hottest topics in evangelicalism today is gender roles and distinctions in the local church and home. Within this topic, the issue of women’s’ roles and wives’ submission to husbands often takes center stage. Much has been and is being written on the topic of wives’ submission to their husbands from passages like … Continue reading Learning to Be a Submissive Husband
I'm excited to announce that I have recently published a book on the eternal submission of the Son. I have previously written several posts here about the topic, linked below: A Biblical and Theological Examination of the Eternal Submission of the Son Trinity Wars (Pt. 1) Trinity Wars (Pt. 2) Eternal Relational Subordination and the … Continue reading Eternal Submission – Book Release
If the apostle Paul were alive today, where would he be ministering? Paul had a habit of taking the gospel to the masses as he traveled throughout the Roman Empire. We know when he entered a city his pattern was to approach the Jews first if there was a synagogue in the town, preaching Christ … Continue reading Christian Engagement in the Neo-Agora
A land for the brave A home for the free One land that we share But how different we see One land, opportunity Prospect of gain Creating a legacy Making a name America, the beautiful America, the strong America, divided Whose perspective is wrong? The America that fights for Liberty, rights and dignity While discarding … Continue reading A Tale of Three Americas (A Poem)
I recently completed teaching my first theology course at Emmaus Bible College, and it has been an incredible experience. The course was "Survey of Doctrine," and gave a very short and general overview to systematic theology, answering the question "what does the Bible teach?" I entered the semester with nervous anticipation, not entirely knowing how … Continue reading Confessions of a First-Year Theology Prof
While many today call themselves free, only Jesus can give a freedom that is true and lasting.