By Steve Morgan on Monday, November 13, 2017

One of our adjunct professors at the Miami campus has written a wonderful article over at TGC. You'll also note that he has an upcoming book about communal reading in antiquity. Normally we don't point you to other blogs, but we are making an exception this time because we value...

By Paul Sanchez on Monday, November 6, 2017

I love preaching. Out of all the things I do as a pastor, preaching is a special source of joy for me. Perhaps this is true for most pastors. Of course, the Scriptures reinforce the central role preaching for the pastoral office. In some of Paul’s final words recorded in...

By Obbie Todd on Monday, October 23, 2017

I recently asked a group of high schoolers at Summer Camp whether Jesus Christ has a human soul. After a few seconds of silence, they all shook their heads NO. Unbeknownst to almost all of the chaperones and parents standing in the room, all 40 teenagers from Talladega, AL had...

By Cory Barnes on Monday, September 25, 2017

Grammar matters. Each sentence must have, at minimum, subject and verb. The core of a sentence’s meaning is inseparable from the action done and the actor performing said action. Consider the implications of changing the verb in a sentence. There is a significant difference between “I will.” and “I kill.”...

By Dr. Jonathan "JP" Patterson on Monday, September 18, 2017

In a very real way conservative Christians who accept the possibility that Genesis 1:1-2:3 is not meant to be understood literally, but rather as a literary construct meant to explain the foundations of the world to a primitive people, are being ostracized and/or criticized for having such a low view...

By Steve Morgan on Monday, September 11, 2017

I’ve been meeting with some Mormon missionaries over the past few months. We have discussed a number of topics, ranging from the definition of grace to trash talking BYU after LSU beat them. Standard fare for any aspiring theologian. One question that we keep returning to is this: Who is Jesus? Sometimes...

By Steve Morgan on Tuesday, September 5, 2017

1) Have you ever raced to a restaurant when church let out to beat the other Baptists and Methodists? Our religious population attends Mass, usually on Saturday, so that means Sunday is free to go wherever you want! Of course, if you choose a brunch place, you’ll be waiting for hours....

By Chuck Kelley, Chris Shaffer, and Steve Morgan on Monday, August 28, 2017

My friend Chris and I were talking recently about life in NOLA, and we wanted to know about Dr. Kelley’s experiences here in the city, no matter the topic.* So, we asked him if we could sit and ask him some of our questions. He obliged and here we are....