In this talk, Liam kicks off our sermon series on Proverbs by looking at the importance of wisdom, knowledge and understanding throughout creation, and how building our lives on Jesus lays the foundation that can weather the storms of life. Listen or download (Right click the link to save)
Athens: Recommended Reading
Some recommended reading on Greek Philosophy and engaging with culture.
MultipliCity: Athens (Acts 17:16-31)
What does Paul’s preaching in Athens teach us about communicating effectively in a way that connects with our culture and context? (mp3)
Who’s Afraid of Judging Books by Their Covers?
I did something stupid. And on the off chance it may make you feel better about yourself, I thought I would share it. So apropos of nothing… here goes:
The Secret History, by Donna Tartt
A remarkable, complex novel; not so much a who-dunnit but a why-dunnit.
Learning to Live / A Brief History of Thought, by Luc Ferry
A review of Luc Ferry’s engaging history of philosophy.
Speaking of Jesus (John 1:1-29)
How can I have effective conversations about matters of faith without annoying people in the process? (mp3)
The Meaning of Life in 3 and 43 Minutes
Stephen Fry and Tim Keller on finding meaning in life.
Is God a Moral Monster?
How could a God of Love command people to wipe out entire nations in the Old Testament? (mp3)