I’m a sketching, writing, thinking, coffee drinking, Christian, husband, father, and professor. I teach theology and apologetics at Cedarville University.
Getting ready to grab breakfast with the head of a new public school in a nearby town. Thankful for educators who invest in the next generation, who are serving as salt and light.
Here's my talk from this past weekend on reasons to trust the Bible:
I've built this chapter up to 5,000 words. Now I need to tear it back down to around 3,500. It's going to be messy. And a little painful.
What C.S. Lewis said of a poet should also be true of a preacher (or any Christian), "A poet is not one who asks me to look at him; he is a man who says 'look at that' and points; the more I follow the pointing of his finger the less I can possibly see of him."
Here's my recent sermon "Taking God at His Word"