Arming Christians with the Truth!
The Life that is Truly Life How does the physical interface with the spiritual? Could there be a point of interaction were the physical is dependent on the spiritual for its very existence?
Divine Bribery Does God entice us with rewards for making good choices and doing the right thing?
Conundrum . . . An Enigma . . . A Paradox . . . How can we answer rationally the paradox between our own free will and the sovereign hand of the Creator.
The Joy of Fasting Discussing the difficult but rewarding road of this bodily discipline for the sake of our spiritual health.
To Think Worshiping God by finding balance and symmetry in our thought life.
Origins of the Universe An appeal to not let our different views of science keep us from unifying behind what is really important.
Evolution: Fact or Fiction Are evangelicals guilty of a knee jerk reaction toward the term evolution? Does the Bible support a view of the physical universe that appears to be billions of years old?
Show Me God Book review and discussion of the scientific and biblical evidence for the age of the universe.
A Rebuttal to the Humanist Manifesto Though few people today think of themselves as humanists the materialistic mentality they espouse has effected the modern landscape in many significant ways. In this seven part article the humanistic ideology is critically challenged for its lack of credibility in each of the following categories:
Humanity as a Whole (Conclusion)
Is Christianity the Only True Religion? Do Christians tend to draw into their own little exclusive religious club?
What Exactly Happened in 1962? Revisiting the Supreme Courts Decision on School Prayer.
Introduction: Basic Orthodoxy Many evangelicals are converting to the Orthodox faith. What is so attractive about this ancient form of the church and what does it have to offer that so much of modern Christianity is lacking?
Creed and Sources of Inspiration of Orthodoxy
Outstanding Issues and Conclusion on Orthodoxy
Additional Information: Links, Books, Publications on Orthodoxy
How Now Shall We Live? by Chuck Colson and Nancy Pearcey
The culture war is not just about abortion, homosexual rights, or the decline of public education. These are only the skirmishes. The real war is a cosmic struggle between worldviews - between the Christian worldview and the various secular and spiritual worldviews arrayed against it. This is what we must understand if we are going to be effective both in evangelizing our world today and in transforming it to reflect the wisdom of the Creator.
Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton
What impresses me most about Orthodoxy is its keen insights into what I often take for granted. Chesterton not only addresses important issues that I have rarely bothered to think about (at least in the ways he presents them), but he does so with a fresh perspective and a depth that are difficult to find elsewhere. Once in a while a book comes into my life which I consider a real gem. This is one of them.
Counterfeit Revival: Looking For God In All The Wrong Places
by Hank Hanegraaff
Christianity is undergoing a paradigm shift of major proportions - a shift from faith to feelings, from fact to fantasy, and from reason to esoteric revelation. This paradigm shift is what I [Hank Hanegraaff] call the Counterfeit Revival.
Slouching Towards Gomorrah: Modern Liberalism and American Decline
by Robert H. Bork
Affluence brings with it boredom. Of itself, it offers little but the ability to consume, and a life centered on consumption will appear, and be, devoid of meaning. Persons so afflicted will seek sensation as a palliative, and that today's culture offers in abundance.
Show Me God: What the Message From Space is Telling Us About God by
by Fred Heeren
Surprising evidence that shows how modern science and the Bible agree about the origins of the universe.
Tortured For Christ by Richard Wurmbrand
How the persecution of Christians under communist rule brought joy and strength to the underground church in Russia.
Stressfest: Steve Morse: Excellent, instrumental, rock/fussion.
Lake Superior Reflections "Insurmountable questions often require a time of solitude in which we can seek God's will and search for answers. But we may not always find the answers we're expecting, or even any answers at all..."
And the Medal Goes To... An idea to liven up Sunday mornings.
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