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Athens and Jerusalem: Why Philosophy and Theology Are Not Opposed

Over the last few weeks, the box office gains have soared for the newly released movie “God’s Not Dead.” The film tells the story of Josh Wheaton, a college freshman who enters his first philosophy class with high hopes. 700 more words

Apologetics

Goofing Around With Gestalt

Gestalt is a funny thing.

Observing how your mind takes a single line, shape, color, or contrast– or a group of them, and turns it into a whole concept is not only interesting, 563 more words

Norman Vincent Peale says:


” The trouble with most of us is that we would rather be ruined by praise than saved by criticism.”

rain & sadness

The drip, drip, drop little April showers are finally ushering in a Spring that will stay in the city – I think. I don’t mind pulling on my rain boots in the morning or carrying around an umbrella. 380 more words

Thoughts

Elizabeth Gilbert says:

“Tis’ better to live your own life imperfectly than to imitate someone else’s perfectly.”

like a heavy raindrop on my soul

My pastor is trying to trick us into memorizing Psalm 32, all of it. I guess I can’t call it a trick if he told us the plan and if we all recite it together once a week. 378 more words

Thoughts