Category Archives: The Future

The Christian and Sci-Fi

I’ve enjoyed taking the past few weeks off from blogging, but I am hoping to be back to writing on my weekly schedule for most of the summer, since I don’t have any large commitments that would preclude my doing … Continue reading

Posted in Theology, Practical Christianity, The Future, C.S. Lewis, Christian Worldview, Doctor Who, Tablet Computers, Society, Star Trek, Science Fiction

“…in Godliness with Contentment”

Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might, for there is no work or thought or knowledge or wisdom in Sheol, to which you are going. (Ecclesiastes 9:10) The end of the matter; all has been heard. … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Christian Worldview, Church, Doctrine, Doctrine of Vocation, Education, Higher Education, Micah Everett, Music, Music and Theology, Music Education, Pedagogy, Performing, Practical Christianity, Practicing, Teaching Low Brass, The Future, Theology, University of Mississippi

Why I am a Christian

While this blog is dedicated primarily to my teaching and performing work as a brass player, over the nearly four years of writing here I have enjoyed occasionally writing about my views on various aspects and implications of the Christian … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Assurance, Bible, Christian Worldview, Doctrine, Fatherhood of God, Francis Schaeffer, Practical Christianity, Salvation, The Future, Theology, Truth

Statism and Libertarianism Both Fail…and for the Same Reason

What then? Are we Jews any better off? No, not at all. For we have already charged that all, both Jews and Greeks, are under sin, as it is written: “None is righteous, no, not one; no one understands; no … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Worldview, Economics, Education, History, News and Commentary, Political Systems, Politics, Practical Christianity, Reading and Study, The Future, Theology

November 22: Three Important Deaths and One Happy Life

Today marks the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963), an event rightly remembered with a certain solemnity by the American people. Sadly, that tragic event and the various speculations which still surround it can cause … Continue reading

Posted in Adoption, Aldous Huxley, Apologetics, C.S. Lewis, Doctrine, Evangelism, History, John F. Kennedy, Politics, Practical Christianity, Providence, The Future, Theology

Why I am a Presbyterian, Part Two

Several weeks ago I posted my first article on the topic “Why I am a Presbyterian;” today’s post is a continuation and conclusion of those thoughts. Before beginning there I provided a few caveats, which will apply to this piece, … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Calvinism, Confessionalism, Covenant Theology, Doctrine, Doctrine of Vocation, Evangelism, Practical Christianity, The Future, Theology, Worship

Don’t Worry About the Future: An Unexpected Reminder from Our Antebellum Past

Let me begin today by confessing something to you, dear reader. I am a worrier. A first-class, almost constant worrier. Terribly so. Sinfully so. Perhaps that last adverb surprised you. “Sinfully? Sinfully? You mean you sin by worrying?” Yep, that’s … Continue reading

Posted in Civil War, Economics, History, Practical Christianity, The Future, Theology, Worry