Genesis 14: Melchizedek.

October 23, 2014. For my final class that I am teaching in Genesis this quarter, we are going to discuss a character that only gets three verses in the book of Genesis, but becomes very important in Christology, especially when discussing the priestly role of Christ. The story of Abram and Melchizedek is perhaps one…

Why I don’t care too much for contemporary Christian music.

November 13, 2014. I read an article the other day regarding someone’s thoughts on contemporary Christian music in comparison to the older hymns and why he had a higher affinity to hymns. Many of you who know me know that I tend to shy away from contemporary Christian music as well. Other than the fact…

Speak simply, yet with deep understanding.

October 4, 2014. Perhaps one of the things I miss most about being in Chattanooga surrounded by people of a like faith basically at all times is the deep theological conversations that would spontaneously erupt. With ease one of us could say something like “What is grace?” or “Why do we have free will?” and…

Life’s most important question.

February 7, 2014. Ok, I’ve kept you in the dark about the other reasons I love Ecclesiasties so much for too long now (well, you probably didn’t really care that much, but it makes me feel better to say that). If you are just coming in now, you might want to read yesterday’s post first….