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Coram Deo ~ Living Life Before the Face of God 7.23.2014

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INTEGRATING FAITH AND WORK:  Connecting Sunday to Monday

  • Here’s an interesting interview with Tim Keller on “God’s Work and Ours”
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Recommended Reading: July 12-18

Below are this week’s recommended blog posts from across the internet. As always, I hope that you find them interesting, informative, and thought-provoking. Best, JP… 171 more words

Theology

Aquinas Takes Science to School

Aquinas asks in Question I of the First Part of the Summa Theologica, “Whether Sacred Doctrine is Nobler Than Other Sciences?”

In his first objection he notes that the other sciences (e.g., in modern terms, the hard sciences) “seem to be more certain than sacred doctrine.” This is because faith, the principle of theology, can be doubted, while the principles of the other sciences are certifiable. 176 more words

Christianity And Culture

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

I am a fan of the Planet of the Apes series. I believe the original with Charlton Heston is a classic. Even if the ape costumes are dated and it is a little corny at times, it still holds up very well. 778 more words

Christianity And Culture

Recommended Reading: July 5 - 11

Below are this week’s suggested blog posts from across the internet. As always, I hope you find them interesting and enlightening. Cheers, JP

If You Only Read One Article, Read A Bit of Religion Can Be Bad for Marriage by Charles Stokes, Amber Lapp, and David Lapp… 162 more words

Theology

From Man to Ape: The End of Darwinism (Part 2 of 2)

By Michael Hildreth

The denouncement of Atheism within God’s word is an amazing testament to the divine inspiration of the Bible. Written at a time when the concept of Atheism, as a massive world movement, was utterly unknown, Scripture speaks against it with great foresight and reason in its revelation. 878 more words

By Michael Hildreth