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C.S. Lewis and Faith Deconstruction

Over the last few years there has been a growing movement that encourages Christians to deconstruct their faith, essentially with the process not allowing for one wall of belief to stand tall and to be sure that not even that stubborn foundation of belief remains! Only at that point can the “Christian” (perhaps De-Christian would… Continue Reading →

Modern Day Lessons from Galileo and the Copernican Conflict

The modern debate in Christianity regarding a young or old earth has many similarities to the Copernican Conflict of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. At the heart of that debate was not the age of the earth but the concepts of geocentrism (the sun revolves around the earth) and heliocentrism (the earth revolves around the… Continue Reading →

Subversive Fulfillment Evangelism

Navigating culture as followers of Jesus Christ is not something many of us find easy. Evangelizing culture is something we often, in practice, treat as nearly impossible. Sometimes, it’s not even a lack of faith that inhibits our evangelism, but our inability of knowing where to start. While there is no single cut and dry… Continue Reading →

The Masks We Wear: Paul Laurence Dunbar and the Human Condition

Recently, I posted a blog with one of my favorite quotes about literature which states that, “Literature [is] the laboratory of the human condition.”1 How often I’m reminded of just how true that is! Last night I was reading some selected poems from three late American poets who each reflected various “experiments” into what it… Continue Reading →

Reading Genesis 1 as Science Dishonors the Text and Distracts the Reader

Dr. C. John Collins is a theologian who has captured my interest recently. Collins is a multitalented individual, as a brief glance at his resume will clearly show: Bachelors and Masters of Science from MIT, MDiv, PhD in Biblical Hebrew linguistics from Liverpool, former research engineer, current professor of Old Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary (Missouri),… Continue Reading →

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