Her story is about the slow process of working through the claims of Christianity using both reason and imagination as tools to question her beliefs. Tying in her love for fencing as an analogy, Ordway describes the arduous and painful process it was for her to convert.
Editors Note: This post is in a series of 4 posts from a paper I did in my graduate studies. See Part 1 here. Part 2 Here. Part 3 Here. This is part 4! This is the second part of the series that examines the passage exegetically. Part 4 zeroes in on Col. 2:16-23. The Defense [...]
Editors Note: This post is in a series of 4 posts from a paper I did in my graduate studies. See Part 1 here. Part 2 Here. This is part 3! This is the second part of the series that examines the passage exegetically. Part 3 zeroes in on Col. 2:11-15. Paul gives his first [...]
The Colossian heresy has been a highly debated subject with apparently 44 different identifications of what this heresy might be. In this blog, I briefly summarize 4 of the primary views of what it might've been.
In mid-March during one of my late night studying escapades, I was wrapping my studies up, checking Facebook one last time before I jumped in the shower. I came across this post by Gregory Shane Morris and I learned something new that had a huge impact on my soul. I think God is both beautiful [...]