Category: Theology

Yesterday I was browsing through Christmas poems, and I came across this gem. If you aren’t familiar with George MacDonald—the late 19th century Scottish pastor/novelist/poet—you

Dustin Kensrue is one of my favorite artists. Formerly the lead singer of a band called Thrice, he’s actually now the worship director at Mars

Debate has begun raging over government restriction of firearms. I don’t watch the news very much (any more) but every few days I’ll hear someone

The Apologist’s Evening Prayer by C.S. Lewis From all my lame defeats and oh! much more From all the victories that I seemed to score;

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An appendix that I created for future versions of the book.

Hopefully it will help keep track of those sometimes overwhelming Old Testament books.

The above video of poet Taylor Mali provides a bit of social commentary on an interesting social phenomenon: Certainty has become somewhat unhip. Perhaps this

The “application” of a sermon has become essential for many Christians. And rightfully so in many ways. There’s definitely a problem when a speaker drones

“The modern world is not evil; in some ways the modern world is far too good. It is full of wild and wasted virtues. “When