What comes to your mind when you first think of this word? Perhaps it is a mob of protestors raising signs? Maybe you think of Twitter trolls, or religious fanaticism? Another alternative is to attribute zeal to those with great drive; these are the people with a "get up and go!" mentality. They are the … Continue reading Zealous
One of my most prized possessions is a signed copy of R.C. Sproul's "Everyone's a Theologian." Many people would never classify themselves as theologians. In fact, many Christians would never classify themselves as theologians, this in and of itself is a tragedy. The fact of the matter is not that everyone CAN be a theologian, … Continue reading Everyone’s A Theologian
"Whatever God may will""Where there is a will, there is a way." "I will order a pizza soon." As I've become acutely aware in my Greek classes, there is a term known as semantic range. This is in reference to the variety of definitions possible for one word. Sometimes, the word may mean something different due to … Continue reading Will
I am currently enrolled as a student at a theological seminary. Theology is what I study, but it is also the lens through which I interpret everything going on around me. You too have theological lenses, here are a few things to inform you and encourage you in...
I suppose you could say that I have always had an inquisitive mind. It's the kind of mind that sought the hiding place of my Christmas presents when I was young; it's the kind of mind that would ask "Why?" about just about anything (and sometimes still do). Yet in my inquisitiveness, I have some … Continue reading Questions?
Three “Omni” attributes of God. (Omni is a prefix, simply meaning “all” or, “Of all things, in all ways and places.”) As a human, a characteristic I assume is shared by all of those reading this post, I am well acquainted with finitude. “Nothing lasts forever” or “all good things come to an end” are … Continue reading OMNI