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Detroit Baptist Journal includes my article on Watts’s trinitarian problems and my review of The Benedict Option

Detroit Baptist Journal includes my article on Watts’s trinitarian problems and my review of The Benedict Option

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… Continue Reading

The Benedict Option: The Christian Option

The Benedict Option: The Christian Option

Perhaps the most remarkable thing about Rod Dreher’s much anticipated book, The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation, is how unremarkable his proposal really is. Yet it is a profoundly necessary correction for an American Christianity that has lost its biblical moorings and become just as secular as the culture around… Continue Reading