There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry, Mine!

—Abraham Kuyper

The Word of God is supreme over all things.

Yes, even that thing you just asked yourself about.

Because “all authority in heaven and on earth” belongs to the Lord Jesus Christ (Matthew 28:18).

Because God’s “Word is truth” (John 17:17).

Because “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” (2 Timothy 3:16).

Every single fact about anything at all is what it is because God made it what it is. It’s true meaning is the meaning God created. Therefore, we must strive to see everything in light of his Word, meaning both Scripture and Jesus.

The Author

I am a husband, a father of two, a guitarist, an avid (yet painfully slow; that’s what I get for reading Geerhardus Vos) reader, a mildly-obsessed podcast listener, and a layman. I am not a pastor and I claim no pastoral authority or insight. I am a member of a local church, where I serve in music and as a Sunday school teacher.

But aside from that, I’m a desperate man seeking to put all my thoughts, words, and actions under the authority of God’s Word. Here, I’ll blog about theology, life, writing…anything really.

All of the posts here are my own opinions and reflect my own understanding of Scripture. They do not necessarily reflect the views of my church, my pastors, or its staff.

Confessional Standards

I’m a confessional Reformed Christian, meaning I subscribe to a group of confessions that summarize the teaching of Scripture. Specifically, I subscribe to the Westminster Standards and the Three Forms of Unity. I’m not actually part of a Reformed denomination though, so don’t go complaining to them.

Read the Confessions for free here:

Westminster Standards

Three Forms of Unity