About Josiah Batten

Josiah Batten Is a senior teacher/counselor at a home for boys in state custody. I studied business administration at Fairmont State (BS), biblical studies at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary (MAR), and have completed an MA in Apologetics at Luther Rice College and Seminary. The views and positions expressed in my blogs and articles, while in agreement with the WV4G Affirmations and Denials, are my own. They do not necessarily reflect other organizations and ministries with which I am associated. I exist to make much of the Triune God.



Author Archives: Josiah Batten

Why The Trinity Matters

March 5th, 2017 | by Josiah Batten

Without the Trinity, there is no Christianity. Far too many Christians think the Trinity is some an out-of-reach doctrine with


Living Below the Line of Despair

December 29th, 2016 | by Josiah Batten

Francis Schaeffer was a profound Christian thinker and author, and one of the notable themes of his work was the


A Call for Biblical Ecumenism

December 4th, 2016 | by Josiah Batten

One painfully obvious mark of modern Christianity is division. Theologically speaking, we Protestants have about 20 or so doctrinal/liturgical traditions


The Christian and Magic

November 7th, 2016 | by Josiah Batten

One area American Evangelicals need to grow in is thinking more deeply, and not thinking so much. I know this


A Defense of Discernment

September 10th, 2016 | by Josiah Batten

Our recent guest post by Adam Felder regarding the Festival of Life taking place in Clarksburg has generated no small



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