Theology Posts

Confessional Culture, the Greatest Threat to Confessionalism

This past Wednesday, Aimee Byrd tweeted out a link to a new guest post on Scot McKnight’s blog. She announced that the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals had cut their ties to her in response to her new book, Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, and that she would return to writing on her personal blog. … Continue reading Confessional Culture, the Greatest Threat to Confessionalism

In Praise of “Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood” by Aimee Byrd

(Note: most of this post had been written before the events and revelations of the past couple of days. I will write a separate follow-up based on those developments later). In the sake of transparency, I need to be clear up front: my wife and I love Aimee Byrd. We have been immensely blessed by … Continue reading In Praise of “Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood” by Aimee Byrd

Guest Post: Why Christians Should Care About Neuroplasticity

(Note: This post originally appeared on the now-defunct Breaking the Digital Spell website by contributor Brendon Scoggin.) What does it mean to be human? It is a question that has perplexed the deepest of thinkers through the ages. Unfortunately, it is a question the church has often answered incorrectly. To be human is to be … Continue reading Guest Post: Why Christians Should Care About Neuroplasticity