“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the Sun has risen, not only because I see it but because by it, I see everything else.” C.S. Lewis – The Weight of Glory One of the challenges of apologetics is to ensure you are answering the questions that people are actually asking; addressing the ache…
“A truth I would surrender to”
I linked the other week to a video in which author and former environmentalist Paul Kingsnorth spoke about Christ and Creation, and expressed his surprise at having become a Christian. Today, I read this fascinating article in First Things called The Cross and the Machine, in which Kingsnorth unpacked in more depth his journey, and…
The Woman Caught in Adultery (John 8:1-11)
A talk on John 8, shame, bad religion and the power of encountering Jesus (mp3).
On Enjoying Difficult Sermons
Five good reasons, and one bad reason, for why I enjoy preaching sermons on difficult passages.
Five and a half reviews of six parts of seven books
Some quick (bits of) reviews of some (bits of) books I read (bits of) on my holiday!
Walker With Dinosaurs: On Creation and the BBC
Can the public trust a reporter who believes in a Creator? Some thoughts on Dan Walker, Rupert Myers, Creation and the BBC
Preach the Word
Some recommended resources on the art of preaching.
Fry, Dawkins, and picking on someone your own Sizer!
On celebrity atheism, straw men, embarrassing bed-fellows and some ground rules for healthy debate.
John Frame: A Presuppositionalism of the Heart
John Frame on a ‘presuppositionalism of the heart’
John Frame: To What Does the Apologist Appeal?
John Frame on Romans 1, Imago Dei, and the appeal of the apologist