Andrew Menkis holds a B.A. from the University of Maryland in Philosophy and Classics and an M.A. in Historical Theology from Westminster Seminary California. He and his wife, Alysha, are members of Fourth Presbyterian Church in Bethesda, MD. Andrew is the head of the Theology Department at Washington Christian Academy where he teaches courses on Biblical Theology, Systematic Theology, Film, and the writing of his favorite uninspired author, C.S. Lewis.
As a teacher at a K-12 school, I have seen firsthand some of the unique challenges, struggles, and anxieties that faculty, parents, and students face this year. Whether a school opens in person, stays entirely virtual, or runs a hybrid model...
The Trinity is hard to understand and even harder to explain to others, so we tend to spend little time thinking or talking about it. As we meditate on the reality that our God is triune, we should be moved to worship God for who he is.
“You can be good without God.” On one level I understood and could even affirm what the slogan said. Not all atheists are liars, thieves, and murderers. But on a deeper level, the slogan undermines itself.
As COVID-19 sweeps the globe, we are witnessing shopping habits that are at best amusing and at worst alarming. From hoarding toilet paper to yelling at and fighting with other shoppers, one thing is clear: many people are afraid.