Last Post (here anyway)

As noted in my previous post, I am now blogging at Patheos.  I hope the same people who have followed this blog will follow me to Patheos, continue reading, interacting, and sharing my writing with others they think may benefit. I also noted I would continue writing in a more personal and subjective bent and […]

A New Direction

So, my blog is now live at Patheos (see here).  There are some glitches to work out (like the misspelling of my name), but there it is.  There is a lot I like about Patheos and other aspects I do not.  I could, of course, say that about almost any media platform.  If it allows […]

Love, Justice, and The End of Days

Most evangelicals headed toward pastoral ministry, at some point, are asked to sit for what is called an ordination council.  Normally this happens after graduating from seminary or Bible college.  The purpose is ordination.  If the council grants their “amen” there is usually a follow-up ordination service and this person is then “ordained” to the […]

The Earth is the Holy Land

What are we to make of the US moving its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?  While members of the Trump administration, in their nice clothes and bright smiles (see here), stood with Israeli officials, just across the way over 50 Palestinians, including children, were killed. But what are their lives worth, when “biblical prophecy” […]

Jesus the Imagination

Michael Martin (see here) is the editor/creator of a new journal entitled “Jesus the Imagination.”  Two volumes have been published so far.  It is a wonderful journal. Dr. Martin explains its purpose: “Our intention is not altogether modest: the regeneration of Christian art and culture.” Dr. Martin was kind enough to accept one of my […]