Analyzing life philosophically, the art of learning how to think beyond what we see, is a dying art these days. Combined with a solid Biblical worldview, I believe good literature can and does provide the primary antedote to the world's lamentable condition in this area.
As we struggle to grow our spiritual lives under the especial temptations of the digital age, sometimes the most helpful thing to do is to find a Bible plan we can carry with us on our mobile devices. If we do so, our phones, which usually is and can still be a distraction, might just… Continue reading Five Favorite YouVersion Bible Plans
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."
The defense of our Christian faith is almost as important as believing it. When we do not how to defend, we step away from a key role in the Christian life: witnessing, whether through verbal or written word. As such, I believe that everyone who follows Christ must have quick access to some tools in… Continue reading My Favorite Online Resources for Christian Apologetics
If I am not reading classic fiction, chances are I am reading Christian nonfiction. I gobble up apologetics, theology, and any other genre that offers worthwhile insight into the greatest Book. But the best Christian nonfiction, let me add, does not lie in the self-help section of your local Barnes & Noble. If you want… Continue reading Three Favorite Masterpieces of Christian Nonfiction