Too Much Change?

This is a season of changes. Leaves and temperatures are always changing. But our God never changes. The fact that God never changes is called Divine Immutability. "What is God’s immutability? That perfection in God whereby He is exalted above all becoming and development, as well as above all diminution, and remains the same eternally." … Continue reading Too Much Change?

“We the People” or “We the God”

Our U.S. Constitution, one of the great documents of history, begins with the beloved words, "We the people, in order to form a more perfect union..." This is the way our country was formed. "We the people" decided to make ourselves something other than British. That is not the way that the Biblical covenants or … Continue reading “We the People” or “We the God”

HE WILL DELIVER 2 Corinthians 1:8-11

We are commanded to rejoice whenever we encounter various trials. We are prone to cry in trials and rejoice only in rescue. God would have us to rejoice in both. In both trial and rescue, we are able to see benevolence of God greatly displayed. Chrysostom, in the fourth century, saw suffering as a blessing. … Continue reading HE WILL DELIVER 2 Corinthians 1:8-11

Prophet, Priest, and King

The Old Testament records how prophets, priests, and kings were anointed before their service. Jesus the Christ (the anointed one) is our Prophet, our Priest, and our King. This is a great description of who Jesus is and how we should see Jesus. In Latin it is the called the munus triplex. “As King, he … Continue reading Prophet, Priest, and King


When he came to this country, Alexander Campbell identified as an “Old Light Antiburgher Seceder Presbyterian.” The name became to him an increasing display of the sinful and ridiculous religious division present in the world. Rather than the glorious name “Christian” which was given by God, there were four descriptions of strict divisions separating those … Continue reading THE RESTORATION MOVEMENT AND A HERMENEUTIC FOR UNITY