On Singleness in Heaven

I had the privilege this last weekend to officiate the wedding of one of my most cherished friends, and roommate of nearly four years. The ceremony was as lovely as it was sacred, and for all of us fortunate enough to be involved in such an event, marriage has been thoroughly saturated on our minds. As I have been musing marriage of late, a couple … Continue reading On Singleness in Heaven

Balaam on the Nashville Statement

Balaam in the Old Testament is not admirable for many reasons. A pagan who practiced divination, he is most notably known for enticing the Israelites to sin (Numbers 31:16). John’s commentary on him in Revelation 2:14 states that Balaam “taught Balak to put a stumbling block before the sons of Israel, so that they might eat food sacrificed to idols and practice sexual immorality.” However, … Continue reading Balaam on the Nashville Statement

Ya, What He Said

The tide is settling from the Supreme Court decision. My Facebook has less rainbows, and Facebook debates have transitioned to new topics. However, there are still some lingering discussions floating around, and one term has been used a lot: “traditional marriage.” I don’t like the concept. I learned from math class that getting the right answer is most important, but professors also care about how we … Continue reading Ya, What He Said