Empathy (Part 1)

Empathy is one of the most important aspects of being human. To empathize with a person is to be able to creatively extend ourselves into that person’s situation even when their situation…

Application of the Old Testament in Today’s World and Why Theonomy is BAD

When it comes to the appropriation of the Old Testament to today’s world, there is a popular antithesis between the following two positions: P) all of the Old Testament laws still apply…

Gender Equality Takes Center Stage

The attempt to eradicate all vestiges of gender distinction from society was brought to the forefront of public debate as a result of the debate on male-preference primogeniture. American readers may be…

God Cares What’s in the Pot? (Part 2)

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. “And Jesus came…

Why Nouthetic Counseling is Unbiblical

Have you ever encountered the idea that the discipline of psychiatry can sometimes be helpful for Christians but the discipline of psychology is usually not? Have you ever heard someone say that…

Chewing at God’s Blessings

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. “On this mountain…

God Cares What’s in the Pot? (Part 1)

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. “For no one…

Fourth Child Furor

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. “And God…

Maintaining Conjugal Love (Part 1)

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. The following…

Neuroscience and the Power of Speech

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. “Whoever guards…

Chesterton on Aquinas vs. Luther

In G.K. Chesterton’s book Saint Thomas Aquinas: “The Dumb Ox”  there is a section at the end where Chesterton describes Luther’s rejection of Thomism. There is not a little of Chesterton’s own…

The Baptized Imagination

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. In 1916,…



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