by J.M. Njoroge A popular tendency among some atheists these days is to define atheism, not as the positive thesis that God does not exist, but as the neutral claim that an atheist is one who simply lacks belief in God. If we could scan the mind of the atheist and catalogue all the beliefs […]
Originally posted on Letters to Lindsey:
Dear Lindsey, This week in Guatemala has been blessed with friendships, new and old. Susie Jen, Tracey, Susie and I at final night dinner out Hallstrand and Tracey Avereyn have been friends of mine for the best parts of a couple of decades. Susie’s nursing knowledge combined with her…
by Margaret Manning The book of Judges poses many interpretive challenges for any student of Scripture. Filled with stories of the grotesque and the tragic—the rape and subsequent division of the Levite’s concubine into twelve pieces in Judges 19, the undoing of mighty Samson, or the story of Jephthah and his vow to offer up […]
Because LIFE is too short to play small
Apologetics, Worldview, and a Pebble in the Shoe
Christian inspiration and encouragement to give a jolt of caffeine to your soul.
Education is more than the mere imparting of information. The effort of education must cause a man to think and do for himself.