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Doodle: A Cautionary Note On Apologetics

In my own life I’ve seen a marked resurgence of apologetics. This was in part a response to the New Atheism, while other factors exceeding my own abilities of analysis...

The Significance Of Father, Son, And Spirit Sharing The "Same Substance"

Last year I started a series of short posts on the doctrine of the Trinity. These grew out of teaching I did for my local church, on the Westminster Shorter...

Treat Your Bible Reading Plan Like You Do Mediocre Series

It’s that time of the year when many Christians have resolved to read their Bible more regularly—typically using a Bible reading plan, such as M’Cheyne’s. If you’re like me, chances...

Isn't Weekly Communion Too Boring?

I recently wrote an article arguing that the church should celebrate communion every Sunday. I offered five reasons why we should reclaim the Reformation’s emphasis on sharing in the Lord’s...

Blood Sports: An Acceptable Context To Celebrate Violence

A friend recently told me about the first and last time he attended a boxing match. We were talking about a couple of my posts asking whether Christians should watch...

Practical Implications Of God's Oneness And Threeness

A few weeks back I started what I hope will be a short series on the Trinity. In writing, there is no shortage of material regarding God as Trinity. But...

Doodle: Tyler Durden On Mental Health

That we are facing unprecedented levels of loneliness and anxiety—among other significant mental health crises—has been well documented. And while we aren’t wrong to identify living through a pandemic as...

Watch Yourselves

Recently I wrote an article calling on Christians to invest their attention more carefully. Beyond simply budgeting a finite resource, I argued that “how we invest our attention pays dividends...

5 Reasons to Celebrate Communion Every Sunday

Before joining the Presbyterian church where my wife and I are presently members, I had only ever belonged to churches across a few denominations that celebrated Communion—or the Lord’s Supper—once...