Dan DeWitt: I'm a sketching, writing, thinking, coffee-drinking, husband, father, pastor, creative combatant, blessed with the opportunity to serve the faculty and students of Boyce College. The only really good thing about me is the gospel.
My wife, April, and I have three sons, the twins Isaiah and Micah, little Josiah, and our daughter Addilynn Joy. We enjoy hanging out together and chasing the legendary dragon that lives in the tunnels beneath Southern Seminary.
Want to begin teaching your children about a biblical worldview? I wrote the book The Owlings: A Worldview Novella to introduce younger readers to worldview principles. The book includes a discussion guide for parents.
Boyce College is the undergraduate school of Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, which exists to equip gospel-centered leaders to serve the church & engage the culture.
About this Blog // Theolatte is my outlet to talk about everything from theology to espresso based beverages. I'm interested in the public intersection of faith and skepticism. That's where I spend a lot of my research & writing time. I illustrate my blog with pictures from the public domain. Click here for website credits.
There was some sort of social media hullabaloo over a Super Bowl commercial about potato chips. Doritos portrayed a proud couple meeting with a doctor for an ultrasound. The baby went crazy in response to his father’s snack of choice. Let’s just say the little fella had a hankerin’ for the cheese-flavored triangle chips. Here’s… Continue reading
Here’s your weekend worldview reader with links to articles, essays, reviews, and videos that I consider to be interesting or important from a biblical worldview perspective. Any work that I point to is not an endorsement, but rather an invitation for you to think deeply about your faith and the world around you.
My new… Continue reading
A few centuries before Jesus was born, a Greek philosopher named Democritus took a stab at describing the nature of reality. He believed atoms are the basic building blocks that make up everything we see and correspondingly all that is. He considered atoms indivisible