Gizmodo.com recently reported that Facebook is slowly unrolling the ability for Facebook groups to allow for prayer requests from its users. If a group decides to opt-in, users will have the ability to create posts as prayer requests, which in turn enables other uses to respond by hitting the “pray” button to indicate they’ve prayed … Continue reading When Prayer Becomes Data and Dollars
Around this week, one year ago, I became addicted to building Gunpla models – or, as referred to in the Gunpla community, “plastic crack”. The word “Gunpla” is a portmanteau of “Gundam” and “plastic model”, and Gunpla is the multi-billion dollar product line of Japan’s multimedia mega-franchise Mobile Suit Gundam, which was one of my … Continue reading On Plastic Crack and Covetousness
The Holiness of Mixtures: An Examination of the Mixture Prohibitions of Leviticus 19:19 (Seminary Papers)
(The following is my term paper for Genesis-Deuteronomy at Reformed Theological Seminary, submitted Spring 2021. Formatting not retained.) Leviticus 19:19 is a passage that, although often misunderstood in our modern context, remains beneficial for Christians in understanding the importance of holiness in the Old Testament and provides an essential contrast for understanding holiness in the … Continue reading The Holiness of Mixtures: An Examination of the Mixture Prohibitions of Leviticus 19:19 (Seminary Papers)
(The following is my term paper for Hebrew Exegesis/Hebrew III at Reformed Theological Seminary, submitted Spring 2021. Formatting not retained.) In this paper, I will argue that 1 Kings 18:36-40 is one of the most important texts in the Old Testament demonstrating God’s jealous covenant faithfulness to his people and his unwillingness to allow other … Continue reading The Lord, He Is God: An Exegetical Examination of 1 Kings 18:36-40 (Seminary Papers)
(The following is my term paper for Systematics III at Reformed Theological Seminary, submitted Winter 2020. Formatting not retained.) There is no doctrine in Scripture that is more emotionally and intellectually challenging for mankind than the doctrine of hell. The notion of a final, eternal judgment and punishment for our sins strikes fear in the … Continue reading The Eternal Destruction of the Wicked: An Argument for Annihilationism (Seminary Papers)
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