SERMONS AND BIBLE STUDIESSexual Purity Through Consecration: A Sermon on I Thessalonians 4:3-7
Rotten Fruit: A Sermon on Proverbs 4:23-27
Responding to Trials God's Way: A Sermon on James 1:1-4
Abide In Me: A Sermon on John 15:1-8
The Sword: A Sermon on Hebrews 4:12-13
The Strange Woman: A Book of Proverbs Study
What About Hell?
Prepare For War!
Repentance and the Church Militant
Intro. to a Study of Angels: Holy and Fallen
Dead to Sin
The Head Covering and Gender Roles: Part One
The Head Covering and Gender Roles: Part Two
Modesty Is Always Beautiful
PATRISTICSChurch Fathers on the Resurrection
Chrysostom on the Passion and Eucharist
Ignatius of Antioch: Epistle to Polycarp
The Martyrdom of Polycarp
The Passion of the Scillitan Martyrs
Ignatius of Antioch: Epistle to the Church in Smyrna
Tertullian on Prayer
A Brief Look at the Deacon in the Early Church
A Brief Look at the Deaconess in the Early Church
What the Early Christians Believed About Mary
What the Early Church Believed About Apostolic Succession
The Martyrdom of Saturninus, Bishop of Toulouse
Your Cruelty Is Our Glory
Letter of Polycarp to the Philippians
Basil's Exhortation to Baptism
The Martyrdom of Perpetua and Felicity
Chrysostom on Drunkenness and Festivals
Justin Martyr: God's Government
Justin Martyr on the Liturgy
Hippolytus of Rome on Aristotle, Stoics and Pagans
Epistle of Ignatius to the Philadeplhians
The Qualifications of a Presbyter in the Early Church
Hippolytus of Rome on the Anti-Christ
Origen: The Four Moods of Prayer
Barnabas on Jesus the Messiah
The Beard: A Biblical and Early Christian Perspective
Early Christian Daily Prayer
The Early Church on Government
The Confession of Padraig
Apostolic Succession in Judaism and Christianity
The Early Church on Holiness
What the Early Church Believed About Communion
What the Early Church Believed About the Age of Accountability
What the Early Church Believed About God's Foreknowledge And Man's Free Moral Agency
What the Early Church Believed About Election
What the Scriptures and Early Church Say on Speaking in Tongues
Paleo-Orthodoxy and the Didache
The Anti-Christ and the Tribe of Dan
What the Early Church Believed About the Watchers: Part 1
What the Early Church Believed About the Watchers: Part 2
DEVOTIONS, LITURGICS AND PASTORAL ISSUESThe Way of the Cross: A Scriptural Meditation on the Passion
An Early Christian Eucharist
An Early Christian Baptismal Rite
Jesus and Discipleship
Notes on Exorcism for Pastors
The Early Christian Agape Meal
An Early Christian First Communion
An Early Christian Episcopal Consecration
Spiritual Viruses: A Meditation on Mental Holiness
An Early Christian Morning Prayer Service
An Early Christian Evening Prayer Service
Liturgy is Biblical
Footwashing: The Neglected Command
The Lesson of Sedamsville Rectory
Notes on Demonic Infestation
The Early Christian Reception of Penitents
An Early Christian Burial Rite
Early Church Distinctives
THEOLOGYGod and Man: Does It Matter?
The Sabbath: An Examination of Universal Principles and Specific Applications
Guilt and Sin Offerings in the Old Testament
Thoughts on Spiritual Warfare
John Wesley and the Witness of the Spirit
The Theological Significance of a Literal, Historical Adam
The Origin of the Human Soul: Soul Creation vs. Traducianism
The Pauline Theology of Pastoral Teaching
Where Was Jesus During the Three Days He Was Buried?
The Journey of Salvation and Sanctification
The Holy Angels
What Is A Presbyter?
Fallen Angels: An Introduction to Demonology
The Ethics of Love, Part One
The Ethics of Love, Part Two
The Social Nature of God and the Image of God in Humanity
Q & A on Inherited Depravity
Justification and Sanctification
Discipleship in the 21st Century: Is Something Missing?
Love Discriminates: Social Responsibility in the Execution of Agape
The Law: Done Away With, Or Useful For Christians?
The Superiority of Christ and the New Covenant
Revelation: What Is It?
The Supernatural: A Brief Theological Examination
APOLOGETICSThe Mithraic Lie
Teleology and the Refutation of Organized Naturalism
Considering the Historical Evidence: Is the New Testament Reliable?
Did the Nicene Council Remove Books From the Bible?
A Lesson on Evil
The Problem of Evil
Defending the Bible
"Christianity Has Been on the Wrong Side of History.."
Fringe "Historians" Gleeful Over 16th Century Hoax
Are Humans Just Animals?
Can Truth Be Found In Other Religions?
Was Jesus Married?
Was Jesus an Essene?
Was Jesus a Mystical Guru?
Was Jesus a Vegetarian Animal Rights Activist?
Was Jesus In India?
The Lost Years of Jesus
Right Thinking About God
Concepts of Time and Eternity
Worldviews in Conflict
A Brief Examination of Pragmatism
A Brief Examination of Cultural Relativism
A Brief Examination of Feminist Theology
A Biblical Examination of Homosexuality
The Gnostic Jesus: A Brief Examination
Atheistic Naturalism is Paganism
Interview on A View From the Bunker: The Lost Years of Jesus?
Faith: An Apologetic Examination
CHRISTIAN METAPOLITICS AND SOCIAL TEACHING
Radical Environmentalism: What Is The Christian Response?
The American Revolution: A Violation of Romans 13?
The Modernist and Marxist Infiltration of the Vatican
Resisting Modernity is Spiritual Warfare
The Social Kingship of Christ and the Coming Kingdom
Tertullian on the Injustice of Christian Persecution
In the World, Not of the World:An Early Christian Perspective on Political Action
Set Apart: The Early Christian Model of Counter-Culture
CULTS, THE OCCULT AND WORLD RELIGION
THE SPIRITUAL WARFARE SERIES
CHURCH HISTORY AND POLEMICSThe Celtic Church: Myths and Reality
Gnosticism: Ancient and Modern
John Wesley and Apostolic Succession
John's Gospel: What Do We Know?
Facts on the Nicene Council
Heroes of the Faith: Jacobus Arminius
Heroes of the Faith: Tertullian
Heroes of the Faith: John Wesley
Heroes of the Faith: Athanasius of Alexandria
The Hebrew Roots Error
Usury is a Sin
Millennials and the Church
Bishop Joseph Butler and Charismatic Chaos
The Modernist and Marxist Infiltration of the Vatican
The Church as Multidimensional Institution
Where the Reformation Failed
The Historical John Calvin: Saint of Tyrant?
What We Have Lost: A Call to a Paleo-Orthodox Future