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Your 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). ⊕  C.S. Lewis Led Us Into a Hallway But Told…...

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C.S. Lewis Led Us Into a Hallway But Told Us Not to Stay There

C.S. Lewis has led generations through the wardrobe and into the magical land of talking Fauns, lampposts, and the benevolent lion. But Lewis led just as many—likely more—into a far more powerful place, a hallway. Yet Lewis made it clear, he didn't desire for any of us to stay there. Before I give more details about Lewis's hallway, I have…...

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Is Reason a Servant or a Master?

What is the role of reason in the life of faith? Should a believer simply walk by faith and defy all rational concerns? Should Christians ever offer a coherent and compelling explanation for what they believe? How might we balance all the ways reason can both go right and wrong in the domain of spirituality? One of the definitions Webster's…...

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On My Son’s Baptism

This last Sunday I had the honor and joy of baptizing my son Josiah. He has been asking a lot of really insightful questions about faith for quite some time. That's why I wasn't surprised when I overheard he and my wife's conversation a couple months ago after dinner. I could tell they were talking about how a person confesses…...

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Your 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). ⊕  If You Can't Silence that Sad Song, Make it a…...

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If You Can’t Silence that Sad Song, Make it a Duet

Spring is in the air. There's a pep in our proverbial step. But what if there's not? What if the changing season, as full as it might seem on the outside, feels empty on the inside? We don't need any reminders the world is tough. Anxiety, depression, grief, loss, separation, loneliness, disappointment, guilt, shame, and regret, can all make it…...

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A Journey Through Death for the Living

Over the weekend several Christian leaders decried the news of a church in Canada that hosted the euthanasia ceremony of one of its members, described as a "cross-over" service. It will be interesting to watch as Christian leaders seek to navigate issues related to MAiD (Medical Assistance in Death). Where might the line be drawn when it comes to either…...

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An Easter Reflection on the Garden

Standing in the garden, tears streaming down her face, I imagine Eve let out a breathless scream when the Creator confronted their rebellion. Our ancestors were created in this glorious garden. And yet, for us, as it became for Adam and Eve on that fateful day of the fall, Eden is a million miles away. It's a dim memory and…...

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