Why is God so often silent, so often hidden? This question, frequently voiced in cries of anguish and despair, has been uttered by numerous believers down through the centuries.
It was recorded in the oldest book in the …Read more
The New York Times is an unlikely place for a favorable review of a book on apologetics by an Evangelical Christian. Actually, it’s the apologist and his atheist friend who are reviewed, rather than the book.
David Skeel …Read more
Men despise religion; they hate it and fear it is true. To remedy this, we must begin by showing that religion is not contrary to reason; that it is venerable, to inspire respect for it; then we must make it …Read more
‘Awesome’ is probably the most overused—and most abused—word in the English language. The awesome tag gets attached to anything and everything: to a Grunge band, to a worship band; to cheese cake, to Jennifer Lawrence; to a friend’s new …Read more
The Gospel becomes something other than the Gospel if it is relegated to the private realm. Compartmentalized, privatized faith was not what the early Proclaimers of the Good News had in mind. Declaring what they had “seen and heard,” …Read more
The secular assault on the Christianity is, in essence, a project of banishing Christian practice to the private lives of believers. You can keep your Christianity if you reduce it to ideas, feelings, and experiences.
But the ferocity of …Read more