Saturday Afternoon Musings “A surprisingly large number of people who think of themselves as Christians never get further than accepting the truth of Christianity. They believe that God is there–but they have never met him. They believe that God is able to forgive sins–but they have never allowed God to forgive their sins. They believe … More I Believe—What Do I Believe?
Sunday Afternoon Musings “Beware in your prayer, above everything, of limiting God, not only by unbelief, but by fancying that you know what He can do.” —Andrew Murray, pastor and author The God who spoke galaxies into existence should never be limited in our thinking.
Tuesday is for Discussion We say we believe in a supernatural God, a God who spoke worlds into existence, a God who set the stars in their courses, a God who parted seas and rivers, a God who freed a people from slavery, a God who raises the dead and who is coming again to … More The Atheism of Christians
Tuesday is for Thinking The article below is from Kairos Journal. We live in an age that in many ways, practices age discrimination in a very creative way. Unless an idea is new, presented in new garb, new voice, a young voice, a new look, a new spin, a new approach—you get the idea—it can’t possibly be … More The War Between Belief and Unbelief: It’s Not New
Friday is for Heart Songs A story from World War II: The two things most veterans remember hearing over the transport ships’ loudspeakers were the command “Away all boats!” followed by The Lord’s Prayer. There were no atheists on D-Day. Credit: Timothy B. Benford Unfortunately “emergency belief” is rarely long lasting or satisfying. Draw near … More “Emergency Belief” is Rarely Lasting Belief