Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee discusses how each one of us lives within a framework of certain values and expectations. Some of these things are good, and some of these things need to be challenged—so that we can be more effective in the service of the Kingdom of God.
With significant uncertainties in our future, John McKee discusses how there are some major adjustments that we all have to go through—specifically as they concern what many of us classify as “our values” and how we handle “life.”
Days of Awe: Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee discusses how we have all gone through phases of disagreeing more with the people we are in close contact with, than agreeing with them.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee explains why he is very hesitant to describe himself as being some part of emerging “Joshua generation.”
How many of us have come to incorrect theological conclusions, because we do not often consider various third and fourth possibilities?
There is a tendency among many people of faith, to make complicated matters overly-simplistic, and to make simplistic matters overly-complicated.
With many controversial issues needing to be discussed, should they all be talked about immediately—or should we gradually introduce them?
Many people thrive on controversy and contention. Many things get debated, but few things get resolved and taken care of.
In order to best handle a serious controversy, be sure that you have the ability to start talking to people on the areas where you agree.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee discusses the three books that he believes have had the most impact on his theological values.