UMMER break is upon us. During the academic semesters I try to post twice a week and do a Weekend Worldview Reader every Saturday. But during the summer months (May-July) I focus on working on writing projects, speaking at youth camps, and spending time with family. All of those things usually include copious amounts of caffeine.
ARTIN Luther King Jr., said, “The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” I was reminded of that quote as I drove to the movie theater with my twins to watch the Avenger’s Endgame. Here’s why. (No spoilers)
ELL, at any rate, we now have less chance of dying of cancer,” quipped C. S. Lewis in response to learning of Hitler’s invasion of Poland, knowing that his own country was on the brink of joining the war. As a World War I veteran, he knew the ugliness of combat. And for a man seldom without a pipe or cigarette, he also understood the risks of cancer.
ERE’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.
HARING the gospel with a skeptic friend is a great privilege and opportunity. But if you’ve ever done it, you know it can be intimidating and challenging. In the following video I share some basic tips for sharing the gospel with your secular friends.
GNORANCE is the first penalty of pride.” So wrote H.G. Wells in his 1920 work The Outline of Human History. Wells argued that Christianity had collapsed “like a house of cards” in light of evolutionary theory.