Author Archives: Joshua

About Joshua

Amateur writer and honest inquirer. I love to write and learn by doing so. That's why I'm here.

Does the Bible Record “Straightforward Reliable” History?

In my last blog I wrote a rebuttal of Dr. Terry Mortenson’s argument that Jesus believed the earth was young (some 6,000 years old). In his argument, Mortenson argued that Jesus believed Genesis 1-11 to be “straightforward reliable history.” I … Continue reading

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A Response to “Jesus, Evangelical Scholars, and the Age of the Earth.”

According to Dr. Terry Mortenson, Jesus believed that Adam and Eve were created at about the same time the world was created. This creates a problem, however, if the world has been around for billions of years. If the world … Continue reading

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Does the Age of the Earth Matter to the Gospel?

A recent post from isgenesishistory.com entitled “Does the Age of the Earth Matter to the Gospel?” caught my eye as I was scrolling through my Facebook feed. In this post, writer Thomas Purifoy Jr. argues that the age of the … Continue reading

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God-Talk and the Incarnation

Back in March of this semester, I had a fascinating conversation with a lady on my plane. As a theology student from a Southern Baptist seminary, as well as a traveler on a return trip back from Israel, I was … Continue reading

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Aesthetics and Christian Worship

A paper written in my worship perspectives class. Aesthetics and Christian Worship

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Sex and Gender Issues

A paper written for my introduction to Ethics class. SEX AND GENDER ISSUES

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Top 5 books of 2014

The Beauty of God: Theology and the Arts, Daniel Treier Roger Lundin, Mark Husbands, Ed. This was my top favorite book of the year! The Beauty of God is a collection of articles that discuss the interplay between theology and the … Continue reading

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