Christianity and the Alluring Beauty of the Divine Dance, Pt. 2

In a previous post, I explored the nature of beauty as understood in the Christian tradition. I contrasted this traditional Christian story regarding the nature of beauty with philosophical naturalism and exclusive humanism, two sides of a now standard story t... Read More »

Christianity and the Alluring Beauty of the Divine Dance, Pt. I

Reflection on the nature of beauty has a rich precedent in the Christian tradition, and for good reason. The Scriptures are replete with judgements about the beauty of objects as diverse as landscapes (Jeremiah 3:19), cities (Psalm 48:2; 50:2), priestly robes ... Read More »

Dear Pastor: Apologetics is a standard operating feature of Gospel-centered ministry

Let me begin by making a claim that many will find rather contentious: Apologetic ministry—the ministry of commending and defending the “faith which was once for all handed down to the saints” (Jude 3)—is a vital and essential part of Gospel-centered, ... Read More »

The Deadly Sins Of Digital Culture

For those who strive to walk in the way of Jesus of Nazareth, the question of character formation is of paramount importance. Jesus Himself underscored the primacy of one’s character in His remark that “the things that proceed out of the mouth come from th... Read More »