Many skeptics claim that Christianity is a blind faith religion. That is, it’s simply a leap in the dark and requires no intellect. If you care to place a name on this claim, it’s called the God of the gaps theory, which basically says any gaps in scientific knowledge is evidence for the existence ofContinue reading “Faith Requires Knowledge”
In this interview, I had the massive privilege of sitting down with Samuel Sey, who you may know from his blog Slow to Write, and we were able to chat about pro-life advocacy and blogging. Hope it blesses you.
Divine Aseity and Your Day-to-Day Ronnie Kurtz with an insightful piece here. Grief and Anger on Insurrection Day Denny Burk delivers a pastoral opinion on that awful day at the Capitol. 12 Question to Ask Yourself before Posting Online Simple wisdom from 9Marks. The Core of Christianity is Christ Justin Huffman proclaiming the core ofContinue reading “5 Notable Articles of the Week”
Blogging is incredibly fun and worthwhile. I began blogging consistently about two years ago. I took a few months off not too long ago to dedicate some time to writing my book (which you can read about here) but I’ve jumped back into it. If you have an aspiration to be a writer, then youContinue reading “A Blog about Blogging”
The Cross-Pressured Life “We must be devoted to our Bibles and to the understanding of the way of Jesus; this is the most crucial and important discipline for the devoted Christian.” The Wisdom Pyramid “In an effort to help us consume a more balanced, healthy diet of information, Brett McCracken has created the “Wisdom Pyramid.”Continue reading “5 Notable Articles of the Week”
The other day I happened upon a video of someone associated with Bethel Church and I experienced two emotions: I was angry but not surprised. In the video–which you can view here–was a testimony to the complete and utter nonsense that goes on at Bethel Church in Redding, CA, where Bill Johnson is the pastor.Continue reading “What Should We Think About Bethel Music?”