What Every Christian Should Know about a “Forensic Faith”

How do you answer this basic question: “Why are you a Christian?” In his latest book, Forensic Faith, J. (Jim) Warner Wallace challenges Christians with this central question. He appeals to believers to provide an answer that isn’t simply based on a personal experience, but based on what he calls a “Forensic Faith,” which is […]

By |July 10th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

How God Changes Watery Tears into Wine

Jesus used a parable of the vine and branches to teach His followers how He is the life-giving vine, and believers are merely attached to this vine for its life-sustaining elements (John 15:5). The vinedresser must inspect the plant to see where pruning needs to be done to get the grapes producing the best […]

By |March 28th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

Why Naturalism Fails to Describe Reality

Naturalism as a philosophy¹ is the idea or belief that only natural laws and forces operate in the world. In other words, only material things are real. This is a worldview accepted as the truth and taught in secular education. It is the only thing science can tell us—what we experience materially with our five […]

By |August 23rd, 2016|blog|2 Comments

What Classical Thought We Forgot

In Westernized culture today, it’s clear there is no longer a shared value existing that teaches people how to live or to know the nature of virtue. (Heck, some don’t even know what the word virtue means!) In the time before Christ, philosophical ideas from Plato to Aristotle infiltrated all of ancient Greece, and […]

By |April 7th, 2016|blog|0 Comments

CS Lewis’ Abolition of Man is a Prophetic Warning

In the mid-twentieth century, C.S. Lewis is deeply troubled by the reductionistic efforts forming in society. Were men nothing but the sum of their physical parts? The Abolition of Man exposes the far-reaching effects on what this perception could mean for humankind.

The Green Book was a name he gave an elementary school book, showing changes in […]

By |January 17th, 2016|blog|0 Comments