Christianity · Satire

Conscience: How To Sell It and Why You Should

"There was a sort of stock or scrip, called Conscience, which seemed to be in great demand, and would purchase almost anything. Indeed, few rich commodities were to be obtained without paying a heavy sum in this particular stock, and a man's business was seldom very lucrative unless he knew precisely when and how to… Continue reading Conscience: How To Sell It and Why You Should

Christianity

The Renewability of Hope (in Literature and Theology)

Hello, everyone— Two weeks ago I was challenged to write a small piece discussing a particular theme in writing. Although it is briefer and less conversational than my typical blog post, this musing helped me greatly in furthering my understanding of hope—how it relates both to the Scriptures and to theme and genre in the realm… Continue reading The Renewability of Hope (in Literature and Theology)

Christianity · Collections · Reviews · Theology

Three Favorite Masterpieces of Christian Nonfiction

If I am not reading classic fiction, chances are I am reading Christian nonfiction. I gobble up apologetics, theology, and any other genre that offers worthwhile insight into the greatest Book. But the best Christian nonfiction, let me add, does not lie in the self-help section of your local Barnes & Noble. If you want… Continue reading Three Favorite Masterpieces of Christian Nonfiction

Christianity · Solomon's Prayer · Theology

Solomon’s Prayer, Part Three

This is a continuation of the "Solomon's Prayer" series, the last post of which you can find here. I will be discussing Second Chronicles 6:34-39 today; all quotations from the passage are taken from the New American Standard Bible (NASB). Thank you for reading! Summary of Passage Verses 34-39 of Second Chronicles 6 embody the last portion of… Continue reading Solomon’s Prayer, Part Three