The following is an overview of 1 Corinthians 5 and 6. Perhaps you should skip below and read the text first. My blog-thoughts are not based upon extensive study. I am not going to my commentaries or back into my personal records to look up previous expositions on these two chapters. Today, I am merely meditating … More Excommunication Deserved, but I’m Happy
Great was Solomon’s nurturing. He was raised in a home, church, and nation that made much of the Lord. His father was a combination of poet, preacher, prophet, and king. His mother was one who had experienced the mercy, forgiveness, grace, and favor of the Lord. Around his family were ministers and elders who valued the … More A Tale of at Least Three Promiscuous Princes
At the present time, I am not a very popular person in my country. As a white, southern, conservative, upper-middle class, evangelical, protestant, Christian who is ordained, straight, absolutist, and motivated, I am persona non grata – an unwelcome individual. So how am I — as one who on the issue of Gay Marriage stands with … More How Ought Christians to Respond to the Societal Ethical Shift?