1 Corinthians 11 is a difficult passage to read with a 21st century lens. Paul issues a strong statement about the necessity of women covering their heads in church. Some have called this passage sexist, patriarchal, etc. Does this issue apply today?
One of the hardest subjects to talk about in Christianity is the Triune nature of God. We’ve been trying for a few thousand years and have come up with a lot of bad ways to explain it. We like to use analogies like God is like water, in that he can be a solid, liquid, Continue Reading
I recently had this question posed to me in a conversation. Christians believe in a God who wants to be worshiped. To most modern ears, that sounds arrogant, narcissistic, and even a little scary. What could be more self-absorbed than demanding worship? How are we supposed to think about and answer this? Is God a Continue Reading