Hope The Hopeless Haven’t Heard

‘And the Lord’s servant must not be quarrelsome but kindly to everyone…’ – 2 Tim. 2:24 It’s been a long day for you. You’re exhausted, and want to reconnect with your friends, because authentic relationship renews you. Meeting them at a pub, perhaps, you ask a collective question: “How’ve you been?” Some individually, some in pairing… Continue reading Hope The Hopeless Haven’t Heard

The Danger of Choosing the Wrong Authority

Judas Iscariot is often typified as the quintessential “lost for good.” Here’s a question: Was Judas able to repent?

Some ask that in order to make a case that Judas was not beyond grace. I suggest trying to argue “beyond grace” is a false distinction, because no one is beyond it. And here’s the kicker: repentance was not the reason why Judas was lost.