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The Inconvenience of Loving Wisdom
Those who are afraid to test their convictions will lose the moral high ground in calling non-Christians to test their own beliefs.
Augustine talks about philosophy as the love of wisdom, since it comes from the Latin philo (love) andsophos (wisdom). Proverbs praises the lover of wisdom (, , ).
Trends in Church Architecture, Part 1
Don't overlook the philosophical importance of worship facilities.
(That's very Dutch Reformed, trust me.). 2. Worship Facilities Can Reflect a Philosophy of Ministry. For some churches, their use of space reflects their philosophy of ministry.
The Future of the SBC—State Conventions
4 ideas from small denominations.
What Should We Make of Our Current Missiological Philosophy? I think we need to rethink our missiological philosophy and learn from the smaller, more nimble denominations.
Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: Ethics and Theology Professor on Why Trump is the Best Candidate for President
Ethics & Religion professor endorses Mr. Trump
apologist, evangelist, and theologian. He has taught theology, philosophy, and apologetics on the college or graduate level for over 50 years. He has served
How Evangelism Can Be Woven Into All Parts Of An Academic Institution
Evangelism should be a value that shapes all Christian academic institutions.
In this edition of The Exchange, I want to share with you a recent note Dr. Bishop (a professor of physics and philosophy) wrote to the schools that have begun to incorporate an
Gordon Lewis: Irenic Apologist
Remembering one of the great early evangelical philosophers.
to offer. In recent decades, however, apologetics and Christian philosophy have found a footing not only in the church but also the academy. Many pioneers
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God Is Not Out to Get You
The Lord delights in you and sings over you. Can you believe it?
unique view of God. He is not the Unmoved Mover of Greek philosophy or the emotionless God of the Stoics; the Lord is the God who sings. Only a God
Why Are Pro-Lifers Borrowing Pro-Choice Philosophy?
Pre-Roe v. Wade, the pro-life movement vehemently denounced the idea that the end justifies the means.
Why Are Pro-Lifers Borrowing Pro-Choice Philosophy? Daniel K. Williams/ February 3, 2016. Why Are Pro-Lifers Borrowing Pro-Choice Philosophy?
ChristianMingle Lawsuit Forces Site to Add Options for Gay Daters
For the first time in 11 years, same-sex couples can find “God’s match for you” on the site.
liberal, and every business owner needs to fight for ChristianMingle's rights to offer the products or services they choose, even if we disagree with their practices or philosophy behind it
How the Ten Commandments Stop Us from Cheating
Dishonesty is nearly universal—unless you use this one weird trick.
Christian B. Miller is professor of philosophy at Wake Forest University. He is the director of the Character Project and the philosophy director of the Beacon Project.
Dissertations that are Needed Today
Work to add to the body of human knowledge.
That dent in human knowledge is called a Ph.D. Basically the doctor of philosophy dissertation contributes to human knowledge in a way previously not done.
The Bible Joins Fifty Shades Among Top 10 Most Challenged Books
Move over, 'Fun Home.' More people asked American schools and libraries to remove Scripture last year.
"The Bible—the most-translated and best-selling book of all time—has informed centuries of literature, government, philosophy and social behavior,” he said.
The Bogus Scandal That Nearly Ruined the Father of Trinitarian Orthodoxy
At least no one brings severed hands to church anymore—right?
But, thanks in part to the increasing influence of Greek philosophy in the church, the idea of a created Christ had managed to gain some serious traction in the fourth century.
Arguments for the Creator Point to Inconsistent Worldviews
Both Christians and non-Christians see evidence for a Creator. How does this belief affect our lives?
Younger generations are exposed to more humanistic and atheistic philosophy than ever before. The exposure, without the necessary caveat, or instruction
An Ambassador to the ‘Spiritual but Not Religious’
Why David Dark thinks it’s a mistake to reject the R-word.
In the first half of the 17th century, Rene Descartes put forth a new method of philosophy, inaugurating what would come to be called the modern age.
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I Found the Gospel in Communist Romania
I Found the Gospel in Communist Romania
And then I shared it with the man the government sent to kill me.
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