The world we live in is changing fast. There are new challenges and opportunities at every turn. We must be ready. I deeply believe apologetics training is […]

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People want to live a life that matters. Nobody wants to waste their life right? And many today think that a college education is necessary for living a good life. And if you can somehow get into the Ivy League, well, then that’s the golden ticket to the inside track. But let the buyer beware. You should know that the Ivy league cannot deliver meaning and purpose. And to be fair…most colleges can’t either. Why? They are […]

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C.S. Lewis is no fan of cotton candy Christianity. As Christians our thinking matters to God. Yes our emotions and relationships matter to God as do our acts of kindness and serving others. But none of that replaces […]

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Cotton Candy Christianity

January 12, 2016 — 2 Comments

I’ll never forget the first time I encountered cotton candy. There it was in all of its colorful and sugary glory at an amusement park. The attendant was circling the bowl to make this humongous ball of cotton candy. My mouth was watering. It looked amazing! And then […]

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Can the Bible be trusted anymore? Recently I was interviewed for CBN (along with Josh McDowell and Darrell Bock) on the reliability of the Bible in an age of skepticism. Here is a short segment […]

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It is remarkable how often you hear the (false) claim that the Bible is historically unreliable. While it’s true we haven’t found everything the Bible mentions, we have found quite a lot! In fact, did you know that all the major biblical cities and geographical features have been located? And to date, over 60 […]

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“Tolerance has suffered a great deal recently in our religious and political and educational areas. And tolerance, because truth has been pulled away from it, has slipped over into the idea that everything is equally right. No longer is tolerance a matter of saying, “I disagree with you and I believe you’re wrong, but I accept you and I extend to you the right to be wrong.” That’s not enough. We’re now in the situation where everyone must be equally right, where you cannot claim that people are wrong and still love them.” – Dallas Willard

Dallas Willard on Tolerance and Love