Purposeful Piety

“Thy will be done” these four words capture something primitive. They do not contain the Majestic anthem of our Lord “Holy, Holy, Holy”, nor do they contain the command of peace and stillness “Be still and know that I am God”, they even do not hint at the wondrous mystery of “I Am”, and yetContinue reading “Purposeful Piety”

American Theology

Over the years, I’ve heard dozens of stories about the after-effects of intense persecution and for the most part, they have unfortunately left me un-phased and unchallenged. This year I took up the challenge to read as many of A. W. Tozer’s works as I could, and while several other authors joined the reading list,Continue reading “American Theology”

Christian Leadership: An Examination of Luke 17:1

He said to His disciples, “It is inevitable that stumbling blocks come, but woe to him through whom they come! (NASB 95) There are three words in this verse that I think bear enough weight to address in an exegetical fashion. The first “inevitable” or ἀνένδεκτος is most literally understood as meaning impossible to notContinue reading “Christian Leadership: An Examination of Luke 17:1”