FINISHED: Study of Romans
Wednesday, April 13, 2023
By God’s magnificent grace, I got to take considerable time off from work. With that time, I decide to go all gas no brakes and turn it into a writing sabbatical. Within the first two days of the time off, I was able to finish off the last 10 chapters of the Romans Study, covering Romans 13-16.
My Romans posts will continue to be published every Monday and finishing around early July. If you can’t wait, head over to my git repo and read them all now.
Now my complete focus will be on the 1689.
Monday, March 27, 2023
In 2021, I did a huge multiple podcast series covering most of my writing here at Theologicus–almost like an audio format of my blog. I was finally able to post the podcasts episodes into this site. You can catch those episodes as they get listed here on the Podcast page. If you do you listen to podcasts, subscribe here at Apple Podcasts.
To that end, I am not sure if I will pick back up and simply continue doing audio version of the blog or rather, short devotions inspired from the same materials. I think, in the interest of workload and time, I am leaning towards the later. More to come.
New Series: Ruth
Monday, February 20, 2023
I get to teach a Bible Study in my local church!
Starting this Wednesday the 22nd (and every other Wednesday after that), I will be teaching through the book of Ruth. All notes are here: Study:Ruth
FINISHED: Devotions on the Gospel of Mark
Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Last post in the Mark series will publish on 2/17.
With finishing up Mark and soon to finish Romans, I will not be starting any new series. This will allow me to hyper focus down on expositing the 1689, which has been a massive undertaking. Case in point, I hit nearly 10,734 words on 2.1 The Attributes of God.
New Series: The Apostles Creed
So I said I wouldn’t start a new series but these one doesn’t count. I am doing a Bible Study with my son, Yusef, and teaching him the Basics of the Christian Faith. In other words, when we say we are a Christian, what are we saying that we believe. There is a basis of faith for the profession Christian and that is Jesus Christ our Lord.
I will do so by expositing the Apostles' Creed and leading the Bible Study every other Friday night (started 2/3/2023) on Discord. Come join us!
Backing off: Bible Survey & Switching from WCF to 1689
Tuesday, October 18, 2022 - So I just got the word from the elders that we will make the transition from Calvary Chapel to Reformed Baptist 1689 2nd London Baptist Confession by the end of the year.
I am going to put the Survey on hold and go back to weekly expositions of the Westminster Confession.
For those who do not know: All the confessions are essentially the same chapters. The chapters on Baptism will be differing between those denominations who practice infant baptism (Presbyterians & Anglicans) and those who practice faith baptism (Baptists).
I thought and prayed about this for a while. I have decided to switch gears and convert my work from expositing the WCF to the 1689 because of where my church is going. The work so far will not be in vain. And I think it would be wise to continue using the resources that I have been using for the WCF.
(Be prepare for some transitioning. 1689/WCF section might be a little messy for a moment. -Ed.)
FINISHED: Pastoral Epistles
Thursday, September 8, 2022 - First volumes on the Epistles to Timothy & Titus is done! Praise be to my God.