A Short Story: Can you say it?

They sat outside the coffee shop together in a moment of silence, bright street lights lined their outdoor seating area,  this was their spot, this is where he’d made that decision three years ago, this is where he was now questioning it. There was a good looking couple nearby, talking sweet things to each other,... Continue Reading →

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 →

Intellectual Study By Faith

The late Princeton theologian J. Gresham Machen once wrote: “It is useless to proclaim a gospel that people cannot hold to be true. No amount of emotional appeal can do anything against the truth. The question of fact cannot permanently be evaded. Did Christ or did he not rise from the dead? Is the Bible... Continue Reading →

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