Toward a Theology of Hobbies, Part 5

by Lee Anderson Jr. — Hobbies, like many aspects of the Christian life, invite questions about Christian liberty. In Christ, we, as believers, have been freed from the power of sin and its eternal consequences (Romans 6:18, 22; 8:2). We also have been freed from requirements of outward conformity to the old Law and are... Continue Reading →

Toward a Theology of Hobbies, Part 3

by Lee Anderson Jr. — In my first entry in this series, I presented several questions designed to help illuminate biblical principles that have a direct bearing on our pursuit of hobbies. One of the questions was, “Does our hobby cause us to engage with or otherwise encourage sin?” That may seem a rather nebulous... Continue Reading →

Toward a Theology of Hobbies, Part 1

by Lee Anderson Jr. — The majority of people in the United States have been dealing with shutdowns and other pandemic-related restrictions for almost a year. (For a helpful visual of these restrictions, see the map here.) Millions have faced layoffs or had their work hours reduced. Group activities have been delayed or cancelled. Entertainment... Continue Reading →

A Safe Place for Hard Questions

by Lee Anderson Jr. — The truth claims of Scripture and Christianity give rise to some of the hardest questions that can be asked. The central tenet of Christianity is that the Lord Jesus Christ, the sinless Son of God, died on a cross to sacrificially pay for the transgressions of sinners and then three... Continue Reading →

Confidence for Our Time

by Lee Anderson Jr. — We live in a time of fear. Even a brief look at the daily headlines confirms that our society is gripped by fear—fear of illness, fear of the government, fear of economic crisis, fear of civil unrest and violence, fear of isolation, fear of what is coming next. The list... Continue Reading →

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