The Pastor-Theologian: Valuable and Necessary

While it may be difficult to believe in our current cultural setting, there was a time when the pastor was viewed as a town’s leading intellectual. Pastors of what seems like a long-lost era were doctrinally grounded and biblically saturated, to be sure; but they were also well-read in other important branches of study—literature, economics, … Continue reading The Pastor-Theologian: Valuable and Necessary

Toward a Christian Philosophy of History

Over the past few years---due to teaching assignments, writing projects, and personal interest---I've done a fair amount of reading and reflection on the Genesis creation narrative. One the major questions with which professing evangelicals are currently wrestling is how we should understand the Genesis account as it pertains specifically to the existence of Adam and … Continue reading Toward a Christian Philosophy of History