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Smyrna, Georgia

“Preaching Pentecost” on Anglican Compass

I’ve got a new article up on Anglican Compass about preaching Pentecost during Coronatide. It’s an easy introduction to some of the themes I develop further in How the Spirit Became God, so check it out here!

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Book Reviews Posted: Allert, Hicks, McConnell

Thanks to Review of Biblical Literature, I’m now able to post my published RBL reviews on my personal website. I’ve got Craig Allert’s Early Christian Readings of Genesis One, Jonathan Hicks’ Trinity, Economy, and Scripture, and James McConnell’s The topos of Divine Testimony posted on the … Continue reading

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Book Launch: How the Spirit Became God

I’m happy to share that Cascade has published my new book How the Spirit Became God: The Mosaic of Early Christian Pneumatology. It’s everything you ever wanted to know about the early development of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit (and … Continue reading

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“How to Teach Like an Anglican” on Anglican Pastor

I’ve got a short article up over on Anglican Pastor about Christian pedagogy from an Anglican perspective. As I begin: I suspect we can all readily articulate what it means to worship like an Anglican, to pray like an Anglican, and to read the Bible like … Continue reading

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2019 Year in Review

Another year, another 12 months spent immersed in the development of early Christian views of the Holy Spirit. A fair chunk of the year was devoted to researching and writing How the Spirit Became God: The Mosaic of Early Christian … Continue reading

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Theological Formation — Probing Cultural Christianity: On the Church

Part of what it means to grow as Christians who love the Lord with all our minds is to be constantly reflecting on our beliefs about God, our selves, and the world in light of what we are learning from … Continue reading

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Theological Formation: Probing Cultural Christianity — On Finding Faith

Part of what it means to grow as Christians who love the Lord with all our minds is to be constantly reflecting on our beliefs about God, our selves, and the world in light of what we are learning from … Continue reading

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