I read another blogger’s post one day last week and I was struck by what he was musing about: He claimed to be a Christian but yet was speaking in duality. 1,373 more words
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Through the years, many Christians have leaned on Blaise Pascal, a 17th century scientist and mathematician, for help in communicating the Christian worldview. One of Pascal’s most powerful arguments was that our presentation should begin with breaking down the stereotypes and misconceptions about Jesus and his followers. 346 more words
(This is the sixteenth of a periodic series on Christian Apologetics. Each will bear the “Apologetics” title together with a number so that they can be collected or read sequentially, even though other posts will be interspersed amongst them.) 1,318 more words
Here’s the second part of Dr. J’s talk on the family:
Again, if you like what you’ve seen, consider registering for ITAF 2014 at Sothwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.