A Garden of Hope

Restoring Pangea interviews Cassy Haller to talk about counseling, psychology, hope and a garden. Cassy has courageously opened up a practice of her own in Grand Rapids, MI named Honest Hope Continue Reading →

(Con)Tending for the Gospel: Part 4 – How to Tend To the Gospel

Contending versus Tending… So far we’ve come to understand the Gospel as an organic, dynamic garden that has content and dynamism. It is at the same time both transcendent (beyond Continue Reading →

Why Christians Need to Press the Mute Button (Responding to Phil Robertson)

I hate writing about American-Christian culture. To be completely honest, I prefer to write about rather esoteric subjects pertaining to race, theology, politics, and religion. However, I have been stirred Continue Reading →

Jihad: A Struggle Within

Violence and the religion of Islam have become almost synonymous during the post 9/11 era.[1] The aftermath of this tragic event has resulted in paranoia and fear for both Muslims Continue Reading →

The Canon of the Church is not Closed

Arguments and positions abound regarding the authority of Scripture.  The basic argument for its divine authority is that for a period of time, God authorized the inspiration of human authorship Continue Reading →