There are these two young fish swimming along, and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says, “Morning, boys, how’s the… Continue Reading This Is Water
Some people have no imagination. Through my RSS reader, I landed on a post about who has the burden of proof in matters of worldviews. A former atheist-turned-Christian recalls that,… Continue Reading Is This Universe All There Is?
English professor Rosaria Butterfield went through a soul-shaking experience. A post-modern lesbian activist, she started reading the Bible as part of a research program geared towards exposing the errors of… Continue Reading The Secrets Thoughts of a Convert to Christianity
The thing with worldviews is that they don’t go away. They linger n the behavior of people and in their effect on the culture. This is especially true when it comes… Continue Reading Tocqueville, Lenin, and Trotsky on Women
There’s an evangelical preacher who goes to university campuses to preach the gospel. He’s been doing it for forty years, and his provocative style draws crowds and quite a bit… Continue Reading Sin, or Jesus Died in Vain
The other day I stumbled upon a user forum discussion with a catchy title, “Christianity is founded on four absurdities.” Here they are according to the original poster: Absurdity #1:… Continue Reading Is Christianity Absurd?