Obsolete and Ready to Vanish

Here we sit. 500 years after Luther’s nail (source). Christianity was once a useful vessel to bring goodness, hope, and love to the world. At best, Christians now are often offering lamentations. Instead of boldly being a beacon of freedom and a shelter from the storm of life, our churches tend to be either a […]

From Fragments to Shards

From the 1500’s to now, the 2000’s, Christianity has been fragmented into thousands of pieces, as if someone has shattered a jar into tiny bits of what was once a useful vessel. Something is now happening to these pieces. The tiny fragments are being melted back together, but not into one piece of pottery. Instead, […]

Prostitutes, Circumcision, Glory

Ingredients for a good Christian blog–what are they? As I prepare blog topics and articles for the August 2nd launch of this Lambhearted Lion blog, I am finding an odd mix of themes. One on hand, I long to learn and share the ancient, glorious thoughts of Christian forefathers. On the other hand, I have […]