The figure of Jacob, in the pages of the Old Testament book of Genesis, is a fascinating character. The man who became known as “Israel”…
Recent blog posts
- Supersessionism and the New PerspectiveDecember 2, 2020Here are my views on the issue of the New Perspective and Supersessionism, in light of a debate in the Harvard Theological Review.
- The powerful Christian life: according to EphesiansNovember 25, 2020What do we do when we feel weak in the face of powerful people? Here are seven key reflections on power from Ephesians.
- Liturgy Song – Moore College Revue 2020November 23, 2020Here's a tribute to our online chapel experience in mid-2020 at Moore College, in the full spirit of parody. I wrote it for our Moore College Revue, and had much fun performing it with Jordan Smith and Monique New.
- My grandfather’s part in a WWII mission over ModaneNovember 1, 2020A journey of discovery of some of my family history. My maternal grandfather, Allan Fisher DFC, flew a mission over a rail yard in Modane.
- What can we learn about prayer from Ephesians?September 7, 2020Prayer: What are you doing when you pray? Who are you praying to? Why does it matter? Here are three reflections on prayer from my series on Paul's letter to the Ephesians. #liftyoureyes
- Salvation in EphesiansSeptember 1, 2020Here are the key reflections on the topic of salvation in Ephesians in my series Lift Your Eyes: Reflections on Ephesians
- Who are “the saints” in Ephesians?August 24, 2020Who are "the saints" in Ephesians? Only Jewish believers in Christ? Or all believers in Christ? Here's my answer.
- Ministry and mission in EphesiansAugust 17, 2020Here are the key reflections on the topic of ministry and mission in Ephesians in my series Lift Your Eyes: Reflections on Ephesians
- The doctrine of God in EphesiansAugust 7, 2020Here are the key reflections on the topic of The doctrine of God in Ephesians in my series Lift Your Eyes: Reflections on Ephesians
- Humility in Ministry #3 (Romans 11)August 5, 2020God achieves his purposes through the gospel—with you and without you. A sermon on Romans 11 at Moore College chapel.
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