America has largely lost its belief in original sin. What are the consequences for our democracy?
Michael Heiser seeks, once more, to help us understand the sheer weirdness of Holy Scripture.
Two hundred. That’s how many hours I sat on airplanes, buses, and vans for family funerals in 2019.
Like the British in the 1940s as bombs dropped around them, we must not let fear paralyze us.
It makes much better since to attribute a rogue virus not to the supposed incompleteness of God’s very good creation, but to the “thorns and thistles” that now grow up in a fallen world.