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Don’t Just Look at Your Theology, Look Through It

Imagine buying a pair of sunglasses on a summer vacation to the beach, but never wearing them. You find the perfect pair. You try them on to make sure they're a good fit. You like the style. Then you set them on the edge of your bleach blanket and admire them as you listen to the ebb and flow of…...

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Don’t Talk About Others, Punch Them in the Face

I've heard it said that true friends don't stab you in the back, they stab you in the chest. While this is turning out to be a rather violent sounding post, it's not really meant to be. The point is true and sincere care results, not in gossip and slander, but in compassionate confrontation. That's what the Psalmist is projecting…...

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Theolatte Live 9/23/22

Theolatte Live is a weekly streaming program on Friday mornings featuring caffeinated conversations about the convergence of theology and philosophy. The program consists of (1) a Psalm for the day, (2) an introduction to an old book out of my personal library, a (3) a highlight from R.C. Sproul's book The Consequences of Ideas: Understanding the Concepts that Shaped Our…...

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The Worldview Reader

Here's Your Worldview Reader with links to articles, essays, reviews, & videos I consider to be interesting or important from a biblical worldview. Join me on the first & third Friday every month as I discuss topics from the post with Carmen LaBerge on My Faith Radio around 7:40AM (EST). ⊕  Brewing Something New ⊕  Why C.S. Lewis Wrote Science Fiction &…...

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All Humans Are Believers

Everybody believes. So says the recent article "All Humans are Believers" at Big Think by Marcelo Gleiser, which describes belief as a universal human quality. He writes: The nature of that belief varies a lot these days, when secularism is so prominent. Belief is not just faith in a supernatural god or deity, or in spirits and ghosts. Belief is…...

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Why C.S. Lewis Wrote Science Fiction & What We Can Learn From It

Many first came to meet C.S. Lewis through a magical wardrobe. They may have been surprised to discover there was something autobiographical about that fictional professor who welcomed children fleeing from London to Oxford during Hitler's relentless bombing of England's capital city. If it seems a bit odd for the real life Oxford University professor to be writing children's stories,…...

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Brewing Something New

In my new role as a Senior Fellow at Southwest Baptist University, I'm finding creative ways to connect with students while away from campus. I fly to Missouri once a month to speak in chapel, participate in several meetings, and host an evening seminar for the Center for Worldview and Culture. But I wanted to explore some additional avenues to…...

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The Worldview Reader

Here's Your Worldview Reader with links to articles, essays, reviews, & videos I consider to be interesting or important from a biblical worldview. Join me on the first & third Friday every month as I discuss topics from the post with Carmen LaBerge on My Faith Radio around 7:40AM (EST). ⊕  Once Upon a September ⊕  A Long-haired Son of a Sinner…...

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