The first person to predict a solar eclipse was the philosopher Thales in 585 B.C. I wonder if he knew not to look at directly at the sun back then. Christian pastor and author R.C. Sproul says that this was the day science was born.
I’m a sketching, writing, thinking, coffee drinking, Christian, husband, father, and professor. I lead the Center for Biblical Apologetics & Public Christianity at Cedarville University.
Here’s a screenshot from when I FaceTimed the crew while waiting for my flight. I left the kids surprise bags with some goofy stuff for their snack time. April called so I could join in… https://t.co/Sfpihrjnrq
“Nobody we meet is ordinary. Every person contains an infinity of dignity and value, of depth and mystery.” —Dave Baggett
If you're a student in one of my classes this semester, don't forget about S'mores at Seven this Friday Night (9/28/18). Hope to see you there!
Heading to Kansas City for the For the Church Conference. Going to be leading a session called "How Now Shall We Live?" Hoping to score some good BBQ while I'm in the land of good BBQ.
Awesome. Cedarville is blessed to have you on faculty bro. Thankful for your friendship and for you leadership in the Bible department.