"If the church fails to apply the central truth of Christianity to social problems correctly, someone else will do so incorrectly.” Carl F.H. Henry

A Brief Note on Sola Scriptura, Natural Law, & Authority

I’m in the middle of working on a doctoral seminar paper for a biblical ethics class and came across the following quote from John Frame in his magisterial volume The Doctrine of the Christian Life. [N]atural law is a revelation of God’s moral standards, but one cannot argue moral conclusions from natural law apart from... Read More

Not Just Good Eschatology, It’s Good Music, Too

“Everything Will Be Alright in the End.” That’s not just good eschatology, it’s good music, too. Today, one of my all-time favorite bands, Weezer, has a brand new album, its ninth, titled Everything Will Be Alright in the End. I’m really excited about the release of this album since the album is an intentional effort by Weezer... Read More

Supreme Court Round-Up

Today’s Supreme Court news is one for the history books. As Albert Mohler noted,  “It was the day the nation’s highest court took one of the lowest paths of least resistance.” I initially thought that by refusing to take up the case, the Supreme Court was signaling their desire to leave this as an issue for... Read More

The Uneasy Conscience of Evangelical Withdrawal

This week, I published a piece at TIME titled “An Evangelical Defense of Traditional Marriage.” I wrote in response to a group calling itself “Evangelicals for Marriage Equality.” In it, I wrote: A group of precocious Millennials that would rather take up foreign interpretations and incoherent social policies than defend the church’s supposedly backward teachings... Read More