My ‘Go-To’ Reference for Apologetics: “Evidence That Demands a Verdict”—a book review of the 2017 revision

I jumped at the opportunity to be on the launch team for the updated classic-apologetics book, Evidence That Demands a Verdict, and must say, this revision is highly readable, and it contains vital new research that addresses the latest criticisms of the Christian faith.

I have the 1999 copy of New Evidence That Demands a […]

By |October 16th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

Is There Truth Beyond Science?

The Memorial Union lecture hall was packed full of UW Madison students who came to hear a Veritas Forum discussion between Dr. John Lennox and Dr. Larry Shapiro on: Is there is truth beyond science? Lennox is an Oxford Mathematician who has written several books on the justification of the Christian faith and is […]

By |October 12th, 2017|blog|2 Comments

She Didn’t Settle for Less than the Best of the Lord: three levels of blessings

Yesterday as I was going through old files, my eyes landed on a folder that contained written prophecies that been spoken to me years ago. I opened the file, and read one of the words: “Let it be known that she (Lisa) didn’t settle for less than the best of the Lord!” Oh my, […]

By |October 4th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

Do You Love God with Only Your Head… or Your Heart?

As a Christian Apologist (one who gives good reasons for placing my trust in Christ), I enjoy learning, contemplating, and delving into the deep theological issues of the faith. Despite what some may perceive as a “debating discipline,” I didn’t get an education in apologetics because I want to win arguments. Rather, my Master’s […]

By |September 26th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

A Time to Weep

Solomon in all his great wealth desired wisdom above all else because he’d tasted of the riches of this world, and nothing could compare to the wisdom God gave him. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, wisely he wrote these words thousands of years ago: there is “a time to weep and a […]

By |September 18th, 2017|blog|4 Comments