Night Driving: Notes From A Prodigal Soul

I'm probably not the first person in the world to say that he hates checking the mailbox. Most of the time all I receive are ads for things I can't afford, or bills that I must pay. But today I was surprised to receive an early copy of my friend Chad Bird's new book -... Continue Reading →

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A Defense of Orthodoxy by Dorothy Sayers

Hey guys, I just wanted to drop a quick note to let you know that I have posted a new author page for Dorothy Sayers. In my readings of C.S. Lewis, he mentions her several times. She was an amazing writer, poet and playwright. As a contemporary of Lewis, they both gave their own passionate... Continue Reading →

Sabbatical

Hi Everyone, I've taken a sabbatical from social media activities to work on reading and working on my personal life. You may notice a slowdown on the amount of posts you see on the Lutheran Anglican Facebook page as a result. Rest assured, I will be back soon. I think we all experience those moments in... Continue Reading →

Christianity is not for everyone!

I hope you all had a relaxing Labor Day weekend. It's my prayer that you got some much deserved rest  with friends and family. I hope you enjoy your short work week as well. Over the past week, I've been reading Gene Veith's The Spirituality of the Cross, as well as Gerhard Forde's Theology is... Continue Reading →

Who is the Chief of Sinners?

Hey Everyone, I just wanted to stop by real quick to wish you all a good weekend. Here is a good quote for you to meditate on while you enjoy your rest and relaxation. It comes from Steven Hein's book The Christian Life: Cross or Glory? "The more mature in Christ you become, the less... Continue Reading →

Every Story Whispers His Name

I hope you all have a restful weekend. Just to give you some words of encouragement, I give you a little snippet of Martin Luther's Preface to the New Testament: “When David defeated the giant, Goliath, there was a great shout, and an encouraging message was passed around among the Jews to say that their... Continue Reading →

Has American Christianity Failed?

Hello Everyone, This week I've been diving into Bryan Wolfmueller's new book called Has American Christianity Failed? Oh man this is a great read. It reminds me of Michael Horton's classic work Christless Christianity: The Alternative Gospel of the American Church. Horton's book changed the way I view Christianity, and drove me to do some extensive... Continue Reading →

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