Because of God’s self-revelation, true humility necessitates certainty regarding the truth he has revealed. Continue reading Is Certainty Sinful?
Revelation 21:1–4 gives us a glimpse into God’s final act of redemption, when our broken world is made new. It shows us that evil has an expiration date, that pain and sorrows will cease, and that all our tears will be wiped away by the God who dwells with us. Continue reading Our Story Has A Good Ending: Jesus Wins (The Hope of Revelation 21:1–4)
Good works are an essential and inevitable component of the Christian life because they are the fruit of saving faith. Continue reading Saving Faith Always Produces Good Works
The Father, Son, and Spirit work in perfect unity to accomplish salvation, but there are several key ways that the Spirit works particularly in the application of salvation. Continue reading The Spirit’s Work in Salvation
The Bible isn’t a “once upon a time… and they lived happily ever after” story. Instead, there is a tragic fall, a growing hope, and a final victory. In the unfolding story of Scripture, we see a Kingdom ruined by sin, redeemed through God’s covenant promises, and finally restored by a Crucified King. Continue reading The Kingdom Through Redemptive History
Someday, Jesus would go to another garden, a place called Gethsemane, and He would obey where Adam failed. He would redeem us from the curse, by becoming a curse for us. Continue reading He Came to Make All Things New
Rather than letting sin destroy His creation, God would send a Messiah to reverse the curse. Continue reading Jesus, The Redeemer of Creation
God cannot be tamed. He is a God of mercy and a God of justice. He is beautiful and dangerous. He should be loved as Father and revered as King, feared as Judge and treasured as Savior. Continue reading God Cannot Be Tamed… and That’s Good News!
For the sake of the Church’s unity, faithfulness, and witness, this is an important book to read. Continue reading 10 Quotes: Finding the Right Hills to Die On by Gavin Ortlund
Seeking unity across theological circles is a God-honoring pursuit. But dismissing the damage of false teachers is not. Continue reading Discern When Differences Are Dangerous