Truth is a difficult thing to define, especially in an era when it’s been turned into a choose your own adventure story. Remember those? They were the dumbest things. It’s like the writers couldn’t decide how to end the story so they just wrote five mediocre endings, one of which
There are certain theological words that, despite being common among Christians, are so persistently misunderstood by our non-Christian neighbors that a lot of explanation—and, usually, correction—is necessary. Think of words like “redeem” or “glorify” or “Trinity.” If you don’t go to church, you don’t use those words… unless you’re talking
In the days when John the Baptist baptized Jesus in the Jordan River, baptism was not completely uncommon. John was not doing a brand new thing, but at the time, Jews used baptism in only two ways: First, baptism was part of the conversion process for Gentiles to become Jews.