Category Archives: Contemporary

Thinking Critically, Books and more

On Critical Thinking Miles Van Pelt at The Gospel Coalition has an interesting article on Jephthah’s Foolish Vow. How critically do you analyze your involvement with entertainment and sports? This article may challenge your thinking related to sports.  (Free account … Continue reading

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The Art of Manliness

As an eclectic reader and knowledge monger I often read on a wide range of topics; from Wired Magazine, Inc., Fast Company to Christianity Today, Relevant, Christian History. Today’s blog is just part of my eclecticism. Though the following articles … Continue reading

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If it makes no difference, does it matter?

The following true story demonstrates the great truth found in Daniel 6 – as Daniel, now in his eighties or nineties, is faced with choosing to be faithful in praying publicly to his God, or give in to the laws … Continue reading

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Success and the Christian

I don’t think I know anyone who doesn’t desire success (with the exception of possibly one person). Who doesn’t want to accomplish their goals, finish their tasks, have more of this or that, have more influence, etc.? The problem is … Continue reading

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Two Books and a Blog

Lysa Terkeurst’s book Unglued is just 99 cents on Kindle for the next day only. Free book of the month from Logos is The Crucified God by Jurgen Moltmann and for 99 cents you can pick up an additional book … Continue reading

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The Roots of Racism

Racism has a brutal and devastating history no matter the continent it is found on, but the roots of racism are deeper than humanity itself.[1] The roots of racism go back to man’s rebellion against their Creator. When man rebelled … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Before you completely write me off I ask that you hear me out and think through what I am saying. First, I think this has been a great success for ALS and I truly hope that great advances are made … Continue reading

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