When Christmas Falls On Sunday

This month, there have been articles from numerous Christian outlets discussing whether Christians should or should not attend church when Christmas falls on Sunday. Honestly, it's somewhat baffling that there's such strong debate over this. While I'm not here to write lesser versions of articles penned by wiser pastors, theologians, and bloggers than I – I … Continue reading When Christmas Falls On Sunday

Three Things to Read With Your Family Over Christmas Weekend

This year, my wife and I celebrate our first Christmas together. One of the things I've been looking forward to is beginning the tradition of reading the "Christmas story." In addition to Luke 2, I've prepared to read a few additional things as we reflect on the incarnation of Jesus Christ. I've written all that … Continue reading Three Things to Read With Your Family Over Christmas Weekend

Three Unorthodox Beliefs Held by the Majority of Professing Christians

One of the resources from Ligonier Ministries that I have grown most appreciative of is their State of Theology survey. They released the first one in 2014, and just recently released the findings from their 2016 survey of 3,000 professing Christians in America. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJcy4dO9ngg Out of the 47 questions asked, these are the three results that … Continue reading Three Unorthodox Beliefs Held by the Majority of Professing Christians