Author Archives: Christopher J Ray

About Christopher J Ray

Blogger, avid reader, banker, father.

The Bible Tells Me So, by Peter Enns – a review

What do you do when the Bible doesn’t behave? Well, if you follow the lead of Peter Enns, you decide that the Canaanite genocide never happened, that the creation narratives were designed by post-exilic writers to justify and support Israel’s national identity, and that stories of Jesus’ birth in the Gospels were embellished in order to underscore the broader implications of Jesus’ life and work. Continue reading

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Learning Theology with the Church Fathers – a review

A pastor once said to me, “If you want information about God, books written in the last five years are great. But, if you want intimacy with God read books written at least 500 years ago.” He was drawing my … Continue reading

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Why I am an Egalitarian

Our personal experiences may differ, but in the end is it not as dangerous to risk forbidding what God endorses as to risk promoting what he forbids? Continue reading

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On the air for St. Patrick’s Day

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of returning to the airwaves with my good friends, Gator and Denise, over at KYKN Radio. Continue reading

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Wait!

We could rightly be known as “those who wait.” We wait, we keep the faith, we hope in the promises of God for resurrection and the restoration of all things. Continue reading

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Providence and Poppery – The Siege of Louisbourg in the Preaching of Jonathan Edwards and George Whitefield

he battle of Louisbourg was instrumental in the development of British North America, and the responses to it, particularly by Edwards and Whitefield, are instructive in their views of Providence in current events. Continue reading

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A Girl, a Lion, and a King

At the beginning of this year, I was prompted to read C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia. I’d read some of them before, but have never read the entire series.

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