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Christian Worldview Apologetics: an overview 

I’m hesitant to write on apologetics. A common critique of the apologetics I practice is that we spend all our time discussing and debating apologetical methodology instead of actually going out there and doing apologetics. 2,156 more words


I'm "Very" Christian, But...

A pervasive part of the post-modern society is personal definitions and self-identification. I’ve heard lots of people, mostly from my generation, say they’re Christians and then espouse a series of beliefs that completely contradict the basic tenets of the Christian faith. 1,285 more words


Why I Believe In God 

Why do I believe in God? That’s a good question and it’s been raised again and again throughout my life. It wasn’t until college that I finally started thinking through a reasoned answer to why I believe. 11,483 more words


Love the LORD With All Your Mind: pt. 3 Trust in The LORD with All Your Heart

In the third part of my blog posts on Loving the LORD with all your mind we’ll look at the last perspective in John Frame’s epistemological tool, the Existential Perspective. 1,132 more words


Loving The LORD With All Your Mind: pt. 2 Acknowledge Him In All Your Ways

In part one of this three part blog series on Loving the LORD with all your mind we looked at three of God’s Lordship attributes and how they can be applied in the realm of knowledge. 1,488 more words


Loving The LORD With All Your Mind: pt. 1 Fear the LORD

The Greatest Commandment in the Bible comes to us in Matthew 22:37: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind”. 1,482 more words


The Bible and The Great Commission 

(This content is originally from an online post for my Intro To Missions class, the question, quoted below, asks how I can help those in my ministry understand the Great Commission so I figured I might as well post my answer on my blog as well) 1,306 more words

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