The American Hot Box

Collin Brendemuehl: Entertainment is education. The whole of our social structure has become a hot box.

Why Biblical Theology is Not Enough

Collin Brendemuehl: The Biblical theology that is a concern is the type that avoids challenges and challenging passages.

Reviewing Live Not By Lies by Rod Dreher

Collin Brendemuehl reviews Rod Dreher’s latest work: Live Not By Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents.

Brendemuehl: This Apocalyptic Age

Collin Brendemuehl: People are looking for a reason to hope. They want hope, and they want a foundation for it. The desire is everywhere. Do we share it?

Brendemuehl: Should Churches or Christian Organizations Apply for a SBA Loan?

Collin Brendemuehl: Once we take federal government money we are finished (ethically and theologically) as a church. We will be no longer God’s church.

Bad Theology, False Flags, and The Church

Collin Bredemuehl: Can bad theology create a false flag? Can bad theology create a situation where someone else deceived so that they would sin as the seeming right choice?

America’s Last Christian Generation?

Collin Brendemuehl: Could this be the last generation of well-meaning evangelicals in the US? There’s a good chance of it.

Book Review: “God Over All” by William Lane Craig

Collin Bredemuehl: Dr. William Lane Craig in “God Over All” has provided us with a proper piece of philosophical theology.

Two Book Recommendations for Elder Training

Collin Brendemuehl: The principle and practice of developing mature elders in the church charts a course for a more mature, more effective local church.

Honor to Whom Honor Is Due: George H.W. Bush

Collin Brendemuehl: The elder President Bush served his country honorably. He was one of the last high-ranking WWII veterans, even a war hero.

Natural Rights and Evangelical Apologetics

Collin Brendemuehl: The idea of natural rights (the Christian version) would not communicate the gospel correctly in North Korea or Pakistan.

The Court Has Never Been An ‘Independent’ Arbiter

Collin Brendemuehl: The court has never been an “independent” arbiter. It has always followed a worldview which for the past century has been both progressive and statist.

An Apologetic Perspective on Crazy Rich Asians

Collin Brendemuehl looks at the romantic comedy, Crazy Rich Asians, through the lens of a biblical worldview and shares what we can learn from the film.

Worship Is Not About Us

Collin Brendemuehl: It’s hard to be self-correcting in, well, most everything. Worship is about Him and is not about us.

Reflecting on “Suicide of the West” by Jonah Goldberg

Collin Brendemuehl: Jonah Goldberg’s work is useful. It’s a little short-sighted in its rejection of Burke. He paints a proper picture of the swamp. He understands the problem of Marx and Darwin in politics. And he clarifies the conservative principle well that economic class is mutable.

Are We Witnessing Hollywood Conservative Streak in Avengers: Infinity War?

Collin Brendemuehl: In Avengers: Infinity War there is a subtext of honesty that conservatives should recognize and acknowledge. It’s something we’ve been looking forward to seeing for several decades. I dare say that this movie is making pro-life overtures.