“What’s a Casket?”

Guest Author, Jenny Solomon “What’s a casket?” Those four words clatter onto the dinner table like a dropped fork. You are a young boy asking a simple question. I pause to look you over—noticing the mouth those words come from. It’s a mixed-up assembly of full grown and babies. One of your loose teeth dangles, hanging on by a thread. The next bite of the … Continue reading “What’s a Casket?”

A Review of Adorning the Dark by Andrew Peterson

Adorning the Dark (A Review) By Kyle Rapinchuk I can’t recall the first time I heard the name Andrew Peterson. I’m pretty sure it was from my friends Rusty and Sara Osborne who were already huge fans of his music and fantasy books. It was some time later before I ever listened to one of his songs. I didn’t like it. (Sorry Andrew, if I … Continue reading A Review of Adorning the Dark by Andrew Peterson

Christianity and the Death of the Old Testament

For many in the church today, the Old Testament is completely foreign to us, except for perhaps a few disconnected stories about Abraham, Joseph, Moses, Samson, and David. The reality is that fewer American Christians each year are reading their Bibles, and even fewer still read the Old Testament. A survey of sermon texts on church websites or in published books of sermons point to … Continue reading Christianity and the Death of the Old Testament