Why Doesn’t God Prove His Existence? 5 ‘Seeker-Sensitive’ Tips to Share

I’ve met many people over the years who tell me that if God would just show up personally, in a visible manifestation of Himself, then they’d believe. When I answer that God did show up on Earth in the person of Jesus Christ about two-thousand years ago, they say, “That’s not good enough!” They […]

By |October 3rd, 2018|blog|22 Comments

Sikhism to Seeking Jesus

A personal testimony of Shelley Singh

Although I think Social Media has drawbacks (like reducing real ‘face-time’ and circulating false info), many good things can come from it. Some of those are meeting sincere people who love Christ. One I’ve met is a woman who’s been following my Think Divinely blog named Shelley Singh. Shelley’s […]

By |September 26th, 2018|blog|24 Comments

“Get Rid of Religion!”

The battle cry of critics when Christians go wrong

Anytime a Christian leader, be it the Pope or an Evangelical preacher, commits a sin, it reflects poorly on the whole Body of Christ. We are, after all, in this faith together (1 Cor. 12:27). Believers are part of a bigger picture, a meta-narrative called the […]

By |September 4th, 2018|blog|28 Comments

What Everyone Should Know About the Golden Rule

by Contributing Writer, Sally Fam
Part I
Most people are familiar with the Golden Rule: “Therefore, whatever you want others to do for you, do also the same for them…” (Matthew 7:12). This rule is used by people from all kinds of worldviews and faiths; note that different worldviews use similar language. But many of these worldviews […]

By |August 13th, 2018|blog|0 Comments

Single Vision

As examination of personal suffering
by Lisa Quintana
I had just received my Master’s degree (Dec. 2017) in Apologetics from the country’s top-rated university in this field, Biola. I have developed a wonderful network of fellow apologists, and an amazing opportunity to speak at the Women in Apologetics first-annual conference just a month after I graduated. […]

By |August 2nd, 2018|blog|19 Comments