Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary just released volume 22 of their journal, and it includes two contributions from me:
“Was Isaac Watts Unitarian? Athanasian Trinitarianism and the Boundary of Christian Fellowship”
In this article, I explore whether or not the well-known English hymn writer, Isaac Watts, became Unitarian as some claim, and I use the narrative of his trinitarian struggles to make a few larger points about necessary doctrinal boundaries for Christian fellowship and the power of hymns.
Review: The Benedict Option by Rod Dreher
In my review, I show how what Dreher is proposing is not all that radical; it’s merely Christian. I conclude, “If we want to be effective missionaries in the unbelieving culture—and we should; it is the mission Christ
gave us—then we need to first recover what it means to be Christian. This is the heart of the Benedict Option.”