Sometimes people sharing the truth of the Gospel can be frustrating. So many people pass by virtual folks on the Internet or men and women on the street and say "Jesus loves you" or "Here's how Jesus saves you from your sin" without ever explaining themselves. It can seem like all unbelievers have heard that before and all believers long to hear something "deeper."
One of the biggest temptations for modern-day American Christians is to make their practices of Christianity more "efficient." As a twenty-first century Christ-follower, I can provide personal evidence for this hypothesis. It's hard enough to pick up the Bible, harder still to start reading it, and much harder still to read it for a significant… Continue reading The Myth of the “Efficient” Christian Life
soliloquy |səˈliləkwē| noun (plural soliloquies) an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or regardless of any hearers, especially by a character in a play. ~New Oxford American Dictionary Less than a year ago, I decided to write what I call a "free" Shakespearean soliloquy—one that has some kind of rhythm, is written in… Continue reading Soliloquy No. 1: On Original Thinking