The church frequently reports extraordinary things, and sometimes they are exaggerated beyond the truth and become ludicrous. Therefore, I advise you not to accuse your brother Roricus unjustly in your heart, and not to move beyond the bounds in speaking depraved words about him. God knows that you do not act rightly in this matter. … Continue reading "…sometimes they are exaggerated beyond the truth and become ludicrous."
Don and Lee Talk About Happiness This week I was unable to record with Don, but I thoroughly enjoyed the episode. It was great hearing Don sit down with another person in his discipleship group. Honestly, I want a Don and Lee series. Check it out. I have been having audio linking issues so if … Continue reading Don, Lee, and Evangebros
A few months ago I realized I wanted to learn more about the mystics of the Middle Ages (well, pre and post Middle Ages as well). I realized that the only parts of church history I am aware of, or writings of church fathers, are centralized around the men of the past. And for myself, … Continue reading “The Nature of God”
Behind the scenes from the newest #Evangebros episode.
A few months ago my wife and I were out on a rare night she wasn't working for dinner and drinks. Usually when it's just the two of us, our conversations can get pretty interesting. My wife usually enjoys coming up with questions for both of us to answer that range from the superficial, "would … Continue reading Wrecked.
When I was a young ministry pup, I had been hard into learning the critical analysis and historical context of the Bible and deconstructing it before it was cool. I would (and still do) argue about nuanced things people over look in order, not to prove why my interpretation was correct but, to show that … Continue reading Rainy Day Books
Last week was my wedding anniversary. The past eight years have felt at least 16 years long, and at the same time five minutes. They have been the greatest and hardest years of my life, and the Evangelical Church did little to nothing to prepare me for it. For all of the feigned worries of … Continue reading Unsolicited advice.