7 Practical Implications of the Trinity 2

A couple of years ago I was given a copy of Mark Driscoll and Gerry Breshears book, “Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe.” I picked it up the other day and started flipping through the pages again. It is an interesting and easy-to-read book for anyone who would want to read about…. well, doctrine. I’d recommend […]

Trinitarianism Is Not

The doctrine of the Trinity. It’s the biblical teaching about who God is that leave so many scratching their heads saying “Huh?,” others who are apathetic wondering “What’s the use?,” and still others who simplify the God of the Bible that results in heretical false teaching about him. I’ll admit the doctrine of the Trinity […]


“If God is male, then the male is God.” This quote by Mary Daly serves as the backdrop for this post. I have recently become fascinated by feminist theological approaches and want to flesh some of my thoughts out here. For the record, it is my firm contention that woman and men are equal and […]


I know what you are thinking. “What in the hell does the Trinity have to do with postmodernity and bacon!?” The answer to this question is “everything.” Theology is risky business. One of the risks involved in the task of doing theology is that the theologian is always predisposed to become isolated in the ivory tower […]


I don’t plan on contributing entries this frequently, and I plan to resume the Israel topic on my next entry, but I attended a church service this weekend that provoked me to share. An evangelist (unnamed) was speaking on the anointing, and he related it to Jesus’ ministry while here on earth. His intention was […]