One Generation Away: the Juxtaposition of Joshua and Judges

If you’re anything like me, you sometimes wonder why certain books in our English Bibles are placed where they are. Sometimes the order makes perfect sense (i.e. the Pentateuch being the first 5 books in our Bibles), though sometimes the choices make little sense (i.e. the seemingly arbitrary order of Paul's epistles from longest to … Continue reading One Generation Away: the Juxtaposition of Joshua and Judges

Thankful for the “Government”​ That Will Never Shutdown

The government shutdown is pretty much all you hear about on the news these days. Since getting an Amazon Echo for Christmas, each day I ask Alexa for my "flash briefing." Today Alexa played a flash briefing from a popular American news source and, I kid you not, 4 out of the 5 minutes was … Continue reading Thankful for the “Government”​ That Will Never Shutdown

Humans Still Bear the Image of God While Behind a Keyboard

The doctrine of humans being created in the image and likeness of God is part of the foundation for Christianity's high view of human sanctity. This concept has undoubtedly influenced western society for 1,000+ years. The biblical concept of humans being created in the image and likeness of God (Gen. 1:26-27) has profound implications. Not … Continue reading Humans Still Bear the Image of God While Behind a Keyboard