Theological Cartography Syndrome

Listen. Evaluate. Think for Yourself.

Sometimes, when one falls under the influence of a particular author or scholar, one comes to see their opinions as indisputable. They become a theological map-maker (cartographer) for us rather than a trail-guide or teacher. When was the last time you took serious issue with a scholar most of your peers seemed to agree with–say […]

Friday Stream of Consciousness – 141

Featuring Musings on Wheaton, College Football, and the Beach Boys

stream of consciousness

Here’s what’s on my mind this morning: I really couldn’t care less about the final four in College Football. I think the best 4 teams are Alabama, Stanford, Ohio State, and Clemson. So, I’ll go ahead and pick Clemson—with the caveat that I don’t think there is a great team in this year’s final four…and […]

My Top Blog Posts of 2014

First, a word of thanks to those of you who read this blog. I might have some of these same thoughts, but they might remain only thoughts without having you to have a conversation with. Thank you for your support. I know this post is a little bit late. Truth be told, I’ve been in […]