Brief articles on current theological issues and hot topics.
Welcome to the exploratory writing ministry of one Reformed pastor in northern Canada. I hope the short articles posted here will be pastorally helpful, particularly to members of my own congregation, but also to those with whom they may be shared.
My goal at this point is to post only once a month, and to address some important theological and cultural issues of our day from the perspective of a young pastor-scholar. Topics will range from Why Baptize Children? and Which Bible Translation is Best? to What are the origins of Halloween? and How Should Christians Vote? I will endeavour to keep them brief and concise - to a reading time of 5 minutes or less - in accordance with the digital spirit of the age.
These posts will be neither more nor less than the studied opinion of one minister of the gospel. They do not necessary represent the opinions of the TCC session as a whole, nor are they binding on the members of TCC in any way. At the same time, they will not be the ramblings of an uneducated man with an axe to grind, but the concise result of careful study and formal training. While rooted firmly in the Reformed tradition, they will be the fruits of my own study, subject to error, disagreement, and correction.
Lastly, I have disabled comments so as to shield the TCC website from unprofitable debate and for the time being have hidden the blog tab from the website menu so as to keep it more private. You are welcome, however, to share these posts on other social media and to have your conversations and discussions there. In addition, feel free to follow up with me directly via email, phone, or in person.
Martin Luther once said, "If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write." May the Lord use this feeble attempt to shed light in a world of confusion and darkness.
Soli Deo Gloria