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A Perplexing Excerpt from C.S. Lewis’ Out of the Silent Planet

In true C.S. Lewis fashion, Out of the Silent Planet is wrought with philosophic conundrums. Not only do I try to pay attention to the worldviews of works in their entirety (and I urge you to do the same), I also try to identify the worldviews of individual characters in media. 499 more words


Recommended Reading: May 16-22

If you engage one article this week, read Is Christianity a Religion or a Relationship? Worship or Ritual? by Reed Metcalf.

For those of you with more reading time on this fine Spring day, I encourage you to consider the selections below. 177 more words


A Voice Calling Out

This is a very long post, but I hope that at least a few people will take the time to read it. I’m sharing the things that life has taught me and convinced me of. 4,458 more words


Recommended Readings: May 9-15

If you read one article this week, engage Do or Don’t Do: The Golden Rule and Its Negative by Kevin Bywater.

If you have more reading time, check out the following suggestions from around the blogosphere. 171 more words


Recommended Reading: May 2-8

If you engage one article this week, look at The Truth of Myth by Bradley Birzer.

For those of you with additional reading time during this busy Spring season, check out the following suggestions below. 151 more words


What in the World Is a Worldview?

Everyone has a worldview. The movies you watch, books you read, and songs you listen to all come backed by a specific worldview. But we don’t always recognize it. 267 more words


Capital Punishment

In light of the on-going Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial, I would like to take this post to address the sensitive issue of the death penalty.  No matter your background or beliefs, if you are a critical thinker, you recognize the incredible difficulty of reaching a unanimous conclusion on the use of capital punishment within even your own mind, much more among a group of people.   1,899 more words