Ask R.C: Is Color-Blindness the Right Response to Racism?
No, and yes. Racism is, and will be, until Christ’s return a peculiarly ugly manifestation of the sin that remains within all of us. It is grounded in a pride […]
Trust And Obey
The KISS principle—Keep It Simple, Stupid—is itself a rather simple principle. It argues that when we find ourselves entangled in complex and complicated arguments, chances are we have already left […]Read more ➝
It’s Monday again, and therefore it is time for our weekly Ism Monday. Today’s Ism is a little tricky. We’re going to be talking today about Judaism. Perhaps more specifically, […]Read more ➝
I Bet You Think These Podcasts Are about You
Some things we never quite leave behind this side of the veil. Try as we might to mature and to grow beyond this peculiar brand of foolishness, I’m afraid that […]Read more ➝
Ask R.C: What Is Wisdom?
I have written before, here, on the difference between knowledge and wisdom. The two are deeply related, but they are nonetheless distinct. You can have knowledge without wisdom, but not […]Read more ➝
Music and Dominion
Just a few days ago I had the privilege of attending the wedding of a young couple in the church that I serve. It was our young church’s first wedding, […]Read more ➝
At Such A Cost
Men were made for work, for protection, and for rescue. When we look at the imago Dei, the glorious truth that we are made in the image of God, […]Read more ➝
It’s Monday, and that means it’s time for Ism Monday, and today’s Ism has a little bit of a tie to today’s news. Relatively recently, my friend Ken Ham, and […]Read more ➝
Feet of Clay and Medals of Gold
As we record today, we are still in the midst of the Olympic season. One of the big stories of this Summer Olympics has been, actually, a little story when […]Read more ➝
Ask R.C: How Were People Saved in the Old Testament?
The only way there is to be saved, by trusting in the work of Christ alone. Because God is just, sin must be punished. Because we are sinners, that is […]Read more ➝