That’s the question WSC student Simon Jooste considers at Creed or Chaos.
He would rather call it a column. (HT: Nick Batzig). If you’re not familiar with Jay, you’ve missed out. I remember where I was when I read Competent to Counsel. Jay taught at WTS/P and WSC for a number of years. In . . . Continue reading →
We live in a fallen world. It is broken and dysfunctional. More importantly for us, we are fallen. We are not what we were made to be and we’re not what we shall be. I do not know where you are right . . . Continue reading →
It was announced this week that another pastor was recently removed from ministry. It has happened before and, sadly, it will happen again. As I write, a series of cases are running through my mind but one of the themes that unites . . . Continue reading →
We understand and appreciate that the therapy is highly controversial. But the First Amendment has no carveout for controversial speech. We hold that the challenged ordinances violate the First Amendment because they are content-based regulations of speech that cannot survive strict scrutiny. . . . Continue reading →
This week I was chatting with someone who curiously asked me: “What does a pastor do?” Unsurprisingly, it’s a question I get from people inside and outside of the church. Sometimes it’s asked with a note of interested inquisitiveness, and other times . . . Continue reading →
Mental illness can be difficult to recognize physically. It tends to lay hidden beneath the surface. Many people are ashamed to admit they struggle with a mental illness, and some may not even know they have one. This can be particularly painful . . . Continue reading →