Brian Wright is an adjunct professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and has been a nationally known speaker, sharing the stage with such noted celebrities as Patricia Heaton, Nick Cannon, and many others. He currently lives in Pensacola, FL, with his wife and four children.
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Recent Blog Posts
You might have heard someone say that God is a God of love, but He is also a God of justice. It this true? Must God punish people for their sin? Does God punish people for sin? While it is true that God is both merciful and just, both forgiving and just, the question is How? This study of Jonah 4:7 explains more.
If you have questions about the biblical doctrine of election, this excellent book by Shawn Lazar will help you see why and who God elects. Get a copy and discover what you have been elected to do.
If you have trouble with difficult and irregular Greek verbs, I recommend you get a copy of The Handy Guide to Difficult and Irregular Greek Verbs. I also have a free cheat sheet on my blog post, which you can download and start using today.
What is evil? Do you know evil when you see it? We all think we know what evil is, that we can recognize it, and that we are able to accurately judge between good and evil. Jonah 4:6 reveals that judging between good and evil should be left up to God.
Here is my response to Greg Boyd and his review of my book, Nothing but the Blood of Jesus. In this post, I critique his critiques. We pretty much agree, but have some differences about how to read Scripture in light of Jesus Christ and Him crucified.