Biblical · Character · Emotions · Encouragement

Becoming an “Isaac”

Good day, Dear Readers! I'm not going to bother apologizing for my long break from blogging. In short, over the past couple months, I've been settling into college and wrestling with many emotional and social changes. Needless to say, I have missed y'all, so let's get into today's post! A LITTLE BACKGROUNDI really had no… Continue reading Becoming an “Isaac”

Biblical

When to Hate More Than Just the Sin

Hate the sin, love the sinner. A common phrase which is extremely popular in Christian circles. And one with which I agree...almost...wholeheartedly. We must remember that the Bible does not expressly state "Hate the sin, love the sinner", but rather Scripture supports this idea in many verses, including Psalm 97:10, Romans 5:8, 2 Corinthians 5:21,… Continue reading When to Hate More Than Just the Sin

Academic · Biblical · Books

Where I Went, Why YOU Should Come With Me Next Time, & Why You Should Sign Up NOW

Friends!!!!! FriENDSSS!!!!! FRIENDS!!!! I HAVE A MOST IMPORTANT ANOUNCEMENT TO MAKE!!!!!!! This weekend I experienced one of the most wonderful experiences of my life!!!! (Hint: I saved the best for last, so stay until the end...) What is this awesome experience? You might ask... I AM SO GLAD YOU ASKED!!! Me, my parents, my friend,… Continue reading Where I Went, Why YOU Should Come With Me Next Time, & Why You Should Sign Up NOW

Biblical · Uncategorized

By Grace Alone: Thoughts On Biblical & Aesopian Views of Law and Grace

Law and grace are two of the key elements about which Christian scholars debate incessantly. Although Christians live under the saving grace of the Lord through the death and resurrection of Christ, the law is not completely inapplicable. In Aesop, the law plays a pivotal role, while grace is considerably less frequent. Unfortunately, when it… Continue reading By Grace Alone: Thoughts On Biblical & Aesopian Views of Law and Grace