Fear in Search of a Theology

Fear in Search of a Theology

Many of today’s boldly proclaimed beliefs—masked as Christianity—are birthed through the narrow canal of fear. This exceeding high birth rate follows a pattern, a particular lineage. Cultural changes are the beaming grandparents out of which the offspring of fear is...
Countless Lessons From Fisher Humphreys

Countless Lessons From Fisher Humphreys

Fisher Humphreys is a Christian theologian. And I mean that in more than one way.  He is a thoughtful, careful and insightful theologian concerning the nature of God and other Christian beliefs. Also, he is a humble, faithful practitioner of the Christian faith who...
Putting Away Childish Things

Putting Away Childish Things

The poetic beauty of the 13th chapter of 1 Corinthians has made it one of the better known and more widely read portions of Christian scriptures. Deemed “the love chapter,” it is a staple reading at weddings— and a favored text for preaching. The apostle Paul’s...
Sowing Grievances Produces Violence

Sowing Grievances Produces Violence

It’s not a new idea: We reap what we sow.  At least as old as the writing of Galatians 6:7, it is a timeless principle.  When it comes to the relationship between hostile rhetoric and violent wrongdoings, the early apostle’s words provide a better perspective than...