Sensus Divinipodcastis

Everyone has an innate awareness that there exists a gloriously sublime podcast.  And I am here to point you to it 🙂 Allow me to introduce Sensus Divinipodcastis; a new podcast by yours truly. I've always wanted to theologize about movies, other podcasts, and books; to use these mediums as springboards to discuss ethics, philosophy, [...]

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Theology in View – Is It Possible That God is Actually A Terrible Demon Tricking Us?

Or it is at all possible that we are living in the Matrix?  Or are a brain in a vat?  Be honest!  Is it at all possible? In this second video (do watch the first if you missed it), I tackle this thorny problem.  Having wrestled with this subject for well over a decade, I do not approach this as [...]

Finish the Mission: For the Joy of All Peoples – 2011 DG National Conference

I just finished listening to this year’s Desiring God National Conference, and I must say that it was excellent! While each speaker spoke with passion and shed light upon the church’s present mission, I was particularly moved by Michael Ramsden’s message Courage, Christ, and Finishing the Mission.  It was vibrant, engaging, and a-typical.  Mr. Ramsden [...]

The Spirit-Filled Missional Ministry of Jesus – Mark Driscoll

Are you Reformed?  I mean like black coffee Presbyterian, John Calvin fan club member, "yes, I own Francis Turretin’s three volumes of Elenctic Theology" Reformed?  If so, do you want to feel uncomfortable? Oh, I trust you do.  Don’t Presbyterians love a good challenge? Well, I’ve been digging around in the goldmine of workshops from [...]

On the Other Side of Complexity: Christian Conviction in the Late Modern Age – Al Mohler

Dr. Al Mohler recently gave the fourth annual Gaffin Lecture at Westminster Theological Seminary, and I must say that it was absolutely brilliant.  Picking up a quote from Oliver Wendell Holmes, “I would not give a fig for the simplicity this side of complexity, but I would give my life for simplicity on the other [...]

My New Book Is Available!

--- Think Neil Armstrong, Shackleton, Lewis and Clark... The Mailman! --- For what is the mailman, if not a dashing adventurer wrapped in blue?  Does he not daily brave the sidewalks of America, that place where the average citizen roams wild, unhindered and real?  Does he not tackle blizzards, endure tempests, wrestle frothy-mouthed dogs, overcome [...]