True for You, But Not for Me?
Here’s how N. T. Wright, in his book Simply Christian, deals with the “It’s true for you, but not for me” dismissal of the Christian faith: Saying “It’s true for you” sounds fine and tolerant. But it only works because it’s twisting the word “true” to mean, not “a true revelation of the way things…
Religion and Science
Sometimes people ask if religion and science are opposed to each other. They are – in the sense that the thumb and fingers of my hand are opposed to each other. It is an opposition by means of which anything can be grasped. — William Henry Bragg, British physicist who with his son won the…
Tim Keller on Evolution and Science
The Need for Apologetics
words deceiving world dissolving wicked acid rain buildings crumbling bridges falling badly bleeding brain vision fading darkness growing dim the Holy Sun Christ is weeping turning leaving faith is on the run numbness spreading night expanding feet on sinking sand storm is raging waves are rising where is safe dry…
Discipling the Christian Mind
(Notes on a talk for the August 25, 2009 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship summer camp at Humayan, Bago City, Negros Occidental, Philippines) I.DEFINITION AND EXPOSITION Discipling the Christian mind is simply disciplining and developing our mental powers, much in the same way you develop your body’s muscles, for the glory of God and for the sake…
RC Sproul on Apologetics
YouTube – Why Apologetics? (R.C. Sproul).
Van Til’s Trinitarian Theology
Van Til’s Trinitarian Theology | The Reformed Forum.
God, Man and Morals
Just a couple of chapters more and I’ll be through with Francis Schaeffer’s Trilogy. I’m now in chapter 2 of the 3rd Book in the Trilogy, He is There and He is Not Silent, where Schaeffer describes man’s dilemma: man is noble and he is also cruel. How do you account for both his nobility…
Lost But Not Nothing
I drank a cup of strong coffee tonight and thus could not sleep. It’s midnight yet I’m in no way drowsy, so I picked up my copy of the Francis A. Schaeffer Trilogy. As I read the following passage made quite an impression on me that I simply had to post it here: The Bible…
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