The book of Joshua is an interesting book in the Old Testament. Moses has died, and the children of Israel are about to enter the promised land. Before they do so they must cross the Jordan river, but they have no way to cross. It is at this point that we must look at the... Continue Reading →
I recently had the opportunity to write a guest blog on The Simple Catholic. The post is about three ways the newly baptized can live their vows going forward. You can read the post here. Lastly, check out and follow The Simple Catholic for great content. Matthew is doing great work over there.
INTRODUCTION The baptism debate is one that hotly contested within Christian circles. Is baptism something that is strictly reserved for believers, or is it an extension of the Old Covenant and should be practiced with infants? According to Foundations of Pentecostal Theology, “Jesus himself, set an example for His church by submitting to baptism by... Continue Reading →