Think about your average day? Would it look any different if God didn't exist? If the answer is no, then there's a problem. According to Francis Chan, based on Scripture, the life of a believer should be different because God does exist. People should be able to tell from our actions, the way we… Continue reading Crazy Love by Francis Chan
Month: April 2012
Crazy Dangerous by Andrew Klaven
Sam Hopkins is the son of a small-town preacher. When we first meet him, he his lying beaten and bloody on the side of the road. How did he get there? According to him, it was because of the stupidest thing he ever did. Not playing chicken with a freight train, or hanging out… Continue reading Crazy Dangerous by Andrew Klaven
Quiet by Susan Cain
Do you feel uncomfortable in large groups, preferring intimate one-on-one discussions? Would you rather be home with a good book on Friday night while others are out at clubs? If so, there's a good chance you're an introvert. The bad news: this world has become increasingly extroverted, especially in the west. The good news:… Continue reading Quiet by Susan Cain
Who Loves Bible Study? I DO!
Professor Rob Plummer has declared the month of May “Read a Historical Theology text month.” What is historical theology? Plummer describes it as, "the academic discipline that looks at the development and articulation of Christian doctrine throughout church history." He has decided to read about 30 pages a day from Gregg Allison's "Historical Theology." This… Continue reading Who Loves Bible Study? I DO!
The Right Way by Robert O. Russell
"The Right Way" is the autobiography of Robert O. Russell. He takes us through the events of his life, always within the scope of how God was involved. Through the loss of his father at a young age, sexual abuse, and various downward spirals, Russell has been able to see God in every event in… Continue reading The Right Way by Robert O. Russell
The Cross of Christ by John R. W. Stott
Simply read the title... that's exactly what this book is about. In "The Cross of Christ" Stott discusses the purpose of the Cross, its effects, and how it should affect our lives today. He explains how the Cross worked to satisfy both God's love and justice. The depth of this book is amazing. Stott discusses theological… Continue reading The Cross of Christ by John R. W. Stott
The concept of the Trinity is probably one of the most confusing things in Christianity. It is more than the limited human brain can comprehend. As a Christian, I can tell you that I know that God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are three, yet one. I cannot tell you, however, how this is… Continue reading 1+1+1=1?