The United States is a polarized country. This shouldn’t be news to anyone. Everything is clouded by the win-loss arguments … Continue reading Political Thoughts Can Cloud Our Witness for Christ
Recently, I had the opportunity to gather with area pastors to discuss our ministries and churches. This is a regular occurrence … Continue reading American Eisegesis: How We Use Scripture to Validate Ourselves
Each election year comes with a question that affects the lives of Christians and their interaction with government and political … Continue reading Book Review: Reactions to Volf’s “A Public Faith: How Followers of Christ Should Serve the Common Good”
One of the bedrock principles of the United States is the idea that the church and the state should be … Continue reading Does Public Theology Have a Place in the Local Church?
This is a recent paper that I wrote on the continuing immigration debate in the United States. The United States … Continue reading Can Biblical Principles Inform the Immigration Debate?