It was 10 years ago when I began my journey in graduate and postgraduate theological education. I had a few short breaks over this period, but on the whole, I have been in school this period. I wrote something of my story in my first 30 years several years ago, but my goal today is … Continue reading 10 Years of Graduate and Postgraduate Theological Education
I have been busy and not having time to blog, but stay tuned. More is coming! Today, I have a book review to share. I recently discovered Reagan Rose's ministry called Redeeming Productivity, and he has encapsulated the meat of his ministry in his new book from Moody Publishers titled Redeeming Productivity: Getting More Done … Continue reading Review of Redeeming Productivity by Reagan Rose
I wanted to share that I’ve been accepted in the PhD program in Bible and Theology at Calvary University (Kansas City, MO), and I’d like to tell a little more about it. I’ve spent most of the past decade on graduate theological education part-time. For me, these studies have been for me to (1) deepen … Continue reading I’m a PhD Student!
Cal Thomas and Albert Mohler in recent books call Christians to prepare for the storms we are about to face as believers in America. God is faithful to us, no matter what happens. We must be faithful to Him.
Late in 2019, I finally was able to devote the time over Thanksgiving mostly to finish reading the final chapters of the book Forged from Reformation: How Dispensational Thought Advances the Reformed Legacy. To recap, my first post of this extended book summary covered the first section on historical theology. The second post covered the second … Continue reading What I Am Reading: Forged from Reformation – Part 3, The Rest of the Solas