Monthly Archives: November 2016

Ecclesiastes 7:13-22 Sermon (Part 2)

Continued from previous blog post… Matter: With the charge to not be overly righteous or overly wicked, we do see evidence of people in the church and the culture at large not taking Qoheleth’s wise advice to moderate these two … Continue reading

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Ecclesiastes 7:13-22 Sermon (Part 1)

I preached a sermon at Seed Church on April 17, 2016.  Here is the link. One day, I was eating lunch with Phil Higley at Kidd Valley and the topic of our current sermon series at Seed Church was brought … Continue reading

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Why I still describe myself as an Evangelical Christian

Emerging out of the wild ride of a presidential election America went on, I published an article chronicling my journey with the GOP party and now my subsequent exit from it.  One of my old friend’s from college and seminary … Continue reading

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“I was an Evangelical Magazine Editor, but now I can’t defend my Evangelical Community” CT Editor Katelyn Beaty speaks out

From the pages of the “Washington Post” comes one of the more thoughtful laments I have seen from a Christian on coming to terms with the election results and everything that means with the political campaign that unfolded during the … Continue reading

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Rest in Peace: Leonard Cohen

Sad news today that the great folk-rock singer Leonard Cohen has passed away.  He was 82 years young and left quite a mark on music as a profound poet. The first time I ever heard of Cohen was way back … Continue reading

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Goodbye GOP: Why Evangelicals should ditch the Republican Party for political independence

I’m a white Evangelical male and an original #nevertrumper. Before I launch into this post, I want to state from the top so that the point is incredibly clear:  I’m not asking Evangelicals to join the Democratic party.  Instead, the … Continue reading

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