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Book Review: What's Your Worldview? An Interactive Approach To Life's Big Questions

               Dr. James N. Anderson has written what is probably one of my favourite introductory-level apologetics books. What’s Your Worldview: An Interactive Approach to Life’s Big Questions… 684 more words

Christianity

What I Believe in a Nutshell: Christian, Reformed, Post Millennial, Conservative

Hello everyone,

So I thought I would put a short video together detailing the sum of my worldview in a nutshell. This occurred to me because, as those who are following me know, I’ve been doing a series of videos reading select chapters of my two books, … 152 more words

Conservatism/Theology

Millennial Reality Check

So, I keep seeing these ‘Millennials Destroying (insert industry)’ with the latest, and one of the better ones being this one.

When viewing these I frequently internally laugh with the thought of “so long” because these industries that are crying havoc are really just being revealed as the unnecessary things that they are and will not be missed. 378 more words

Rua's Rambles

We've Never Done It This Way Before

“We’ve never done it this way before.” The old joke is that these words are ostensibly Baptistic and are the usual evidence of an impending church decline. 1,128 more words

Life

Podcast: The Amateur Society - The Wisdom Of Adversity - 08.21.2017

There can be little doubt that as a society we are experiencing both a profound lack of wisdom and a powerful level of adversity. In a time of trial, the robust and antifragile person must be able to recognize the signals that adversity provides. 82 more words

Current Events

Giving Up My Heaven

~ Written by Viki Rife

I really hated to do it, but I had no choice. I picked up the scissors. I could hardly bring myself to start cutting. 317 more words

Women Of Grace USA

3 Songs That Make You #Think

You guys like my cool title on this one? I think the, er, sorry – I #think it’s pretty clever and super unique, and I’m using media to the best of my abilities, don’t you agree? 622 more words