On Conspiracy Theories, Part 3

Perhaps the strangest, and most frustrating thing I have ever experienced (multiple times) is speaking to someone who verbally agrees that…

…they want to follow Jesus;

…they want to imitate and obey Jesus as His disciple;

…they want to abandon all to be His disciple;

…they want to teach others to be His disciples;

…and, that they want their church to be and make disciples of Jesus;

only to have them reject a clear, concise, and logical argument from Scripture about what must be taught and done in order to accomplish those things; because it is not what they expected to hear. Read more…


What’s the Deal With 1 Corinthians 11 and 14?

Two of the most debated passages regarding the leadership of women within the church are contained within one book of the Bible; 1 Corinthians. One of the primary reasons for the great debate over 1 Corinthians chapters 11 and 14 are that they seem to contradict one another. In chapter 11, Paul seems to approve of women prophesying in the church, while in chapter 14, he forbids women from publicly speaking before the congregation. Read more…


Thoughts on Conspiracy Theories, Part 2…

In 2003, Dan Brown published the ultimate conspiracy theory: The Da Vinci Code.
 
And people ate it up. It has sold more than 80 million copies. Read more…