A Christian Ethic of Eating: Part 2

This is part two of a series on developing a Christian ethic of eating. You can read the first installment here. Before considering how our eating habits may affect others, it's wise to think on how they might affect our body. This is the first board of the structure that will be our ethical eating … Continue reading A Christian Ethic of Eating: Part 2

Bible Reading Tracker

Today's post was written by Seth Brown, a long-time friend, fellow Mississippian relocated to North Carolina, and recent SEBTS graduate. I want to share with you a tool that I use while reading the Bible. Now, before you roll your eyes, it’s not another “best-and-most-holy-Bible-reading-plan-ever.” In fact, it’s not a Bible reading plan at all. … Continue reading Bible Reading Tracker

An Oddly Open Community

Personal privacy is held in highest regard in the West. Sure, people may appear to share every detail of their life on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, but that's not really the case. Those details are only part of the story, right? We're not too quick to post on our timeline: "I just refused to buy … Continue reading An Oddly Open Community

From His Fullness

For from His fullness we have all received, grace upon grace (John 1:16). Jesus is full of grace. Another way to say it is that He has an abundance of grace. But this abundance is almost beyond imagination. It isn't that Jesus is full of grace like Bill Gates' bank account is full of cash … Continue reading From His Fullness

A Misguided Dedication to the Lord

The life of Jephthah recorded in Judges 11-12 is nothing short of a tragedy. This man, whom the Bible calls a "mighty warrior," was asked by the elders of Gilead to rule over them and lead them against the Ammonites. Foolishly, Jephthah makes a vow to the Lord that if He will give Jephthah the … Continue reading A Misguided Dedication to the Lord