By Grace Alone: Thoughts On Biblical & Aesopian Views of Law and Grace

By Grace Alone: Thoughts On Biblical & Aesopian Views of Law and Grace

Law and grace are two of the key elements about which Christian scholars debate incessantly. Although Christians live under the saving grace of the Lord through the death and resurrection of Christ, the law is not completely inapplicable. In Aesop, the law plays a pivotal role, while grace is considerably less frequent. Unfortunately, when it [...]

Through the Lens of Truth: A Christian’s Guide to Dealing with Difficult Scripture Passages

Through the Lens of Truth: A Christian’s Guide to Dealing with Difficult Scripture Passages

Although there are multiple passages in Scripture which are difficult for us to read and understand completely, Christians should always remember never to ignore these passages, but rather compare them with other Scripture passages and various Bible translations, keeping in mind the historical and literary context of the verses in question. Ignoring passages of the [...]

Missions Friday

Missions Friday

Hey Y'all! So, I know normally I would do a Friday Favorite Five, but unfortunately I did not have time this week to procure a list of five favorites. In lieu of my usual post, I decided to write a post about missions. This evening, I had the amazing blessing of partaking with my church [...]

Dear Beloved,

Dear Beloved,

I am your Creator; I made you in My image. (Genesis 1:27) I am your Ebenezer; I have brought you this far. (1 Samuel 7:12) I am your Prince of Peace; I have given you rest in all things. (Isaiah 9:6; John 14:27) I am your Cornerstone; I am the strength in your weakness. (Ephesians [...]

Peace, Be Still

Peace, Be Still

"Peace, be still." One of Christ's most powerful commands. He stilled the stormy sea with these three words. With one phrase, He silenced the fears of his disciples. His words were enough to calm a storm, and yet we fail to recognize their power in today's 60 mile-per-hour lifestyle. We run here, we run there. [...]