I have a close group of friends who get together once a week to play Texas Hold 'Em, smoke cigars, drink beer and discuss life, religion, and politics. While we usually find ourselves drinking Budweiser Select, we all have a favorite import. One prefers Amstel, another Guiness Extra Stout, and Killian's Irish Red for myself. While we all prefer imports or micro-brews, we still often settle on Bud Select. This is both because we can all agree on this generic macro-brew's unoffensive taste and it is the cheapest at the local Walmart. Anyway, I read this article comparing American Evangelicalism to American Light Beer. I found it interesting because it reminded me both why I prefer micro-brews and imports, as well I why I prefer my Reformed Theology, Acts-29 Church.
I live and work at HoneyRock camp in Three Lakes, WI where I am a part of an experiential learning program through Wheaton College. I love spending time with my beautiful wife Courtney.I am passionate about theology and sharing the redemptive work of Jesus Christ. This blog is to reflect upon my learning experiences within the framework of Christianity, Culture and life, and how the three relate to one another.