Where Science and Faith Converge
  • Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on Mortimer Adler

    December 20, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Mortimer Adler was one of the most influential philosophers and educators of the 20th century, but what exactly did he believe and what did he contribute to his fields of study?

  • How Do We Pursue Sanctification amid a Sinful World?

    December 13, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    “We are all fallen creatures and all very hard to live with.”1 —C. S. Lewis

    • sin
    • sanctification
    • christlikeness.holiness
    • Blogs
  • Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on Ronald Nash

    December 5, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Ronald Nash was one of the most influential evangelical Christian thinkers of the last half-century, but what exactly did he believe and what did he contribute to the Christian apologetics enterprise?

    • Ronald Nash
    • religion
    • Philosophy
    • Christian thinkers
    • Apologetics
    • Blog
  • Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on Walter Martin

    November 28, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Walter Martin was one of the most distinctive Christian apologists of the twentieth century, but what exactly did he believe and what did he contribute to the apologetics enterprise?

    • Christian thinkers
    • Walter Martin
    • apologist
    • Apologetics
  • The Appeal of Common Christianity

    November 21, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Within church history, it seems some Christian traditions or denominations like to emphasize those beliefs that make their particular group distinctive.

    • Theology
    • doctrines
    • creeds
    • Christianity
    • C.S. Lewis
    • Blogs
  • Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on Justin Martyr

    November 14, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Saint Justin, also known as Justin Martyr, was one of the first Christians to meet Greco-Roman thinkers on their own ground by using philosophy as a tool or handmaid (servant) to defend the gospel message. But what else did he contribute to historic Christianity?

    • Christian thinkers
    • Philosophy
    • Justin Martyr
    • Blogs
    • Apologetics
  • How Would You Introduce Your Faith?

    November 7, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Have you ever been asked to introduce yourself in a public setting? What if you were asked to introduce your Christian faith to a group of non-Christians—what would you say?

    • Reading
    • Christianity
    • Christian Literature
    • Books
    • Apologetics
    • Blogs
  • Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on St. Jerome

    November 1, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Tradition reveals that St. Jerome preferred studying the biblical languages because it helped him fend off impure thoughts. But who was this ancient Christian monk, and what is his enduring legacy in terms of historic Christianity?

    • Theology
    • theologian
    • St. Jerome
    • Christian thinkers
    • Blogs
  • 3 Books to Deepen Your Delight in Jesus

    October 25, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    I want to highlight three books that stand out in terms of revealing great insights about the person of Jesus Christ. All three of these books differ in reading level and touch on topics such as Jesus’s identity, deity, and historicity.

  • Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on St. Basil

    October 18, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Not many people are known as so-and-so “the Great.” But St. Basil the Great was one of the finest thinkers, writers, and preachers in Christian church history. What did this man believe, and what did he ultimately contribute to historic Christianity?

    • Theology
    • theologian
    • St. Basil
    • Christian thinkers
    • Blogs
  • Should We Read Print Books or E-books?

    October 11, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Is it better to read paper books or electronic books? E-books have their benefits: They are convenient, especially when traveling, and they are often significantly less expensive than physical books. They are also becoming more like physical books as developers continue to improve the technology.

    • Reading
    • print books
    • electronic books
    • e-books
    • Blogs
  • Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on Tertullian

    October 4, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Though he died almost 18 centuries ago, Tertullian is often quoted today in theological and apologetics circles. But what did this man believe and what did he ultimately contribute to historic Christianity?

    • trinity
    • theologian
    • Tertullian
    • Christian thinkers
    • Blogs
  • Reflections on Social Media: Is Digital Networking a Good Phenomenon? Part 2

    September 27, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    It seems a safe assumption that all new technologies—from cell phones to social media—present its users with both positive and negative possibilities. The challenge resides in learning how to manage the technology so one maximizes the positives and minimizes the negatives. How can we do this for the emerging and enormously popular phenomenon known as social media?…

    • Twitter
    • technology
    • social networking
    • social media
    • smartphones
    • Facebook
    • Blogs
  • Reflections on Social Media: Is Digital Networking a Good Phenomenon? Part 1

    September 20, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    In July 2016, the Facebook Messenger app marked the amazing milestone of having 1 billion daily active users. And Twitter now claims 313 million monthly active users. There are also numerous other social networking sites that are extremely popular, including YouTube, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Instagram, etc.

    • Twitter
    • technology
    • social networking
    • social media
    • smartphones
    • Facebook
    • Blogs
  • A Review of Patterns of Evidence

    September 6, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    In his film Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus, documentary filmmaker Timothy Mahoney recreates his search for the historical truth behind the Jews’ exodus from Egypt. I previewed this film at a theatrical release in February 2015. The documentary is now widely available for rent and purchase, and I’ve noticed that it’s been getting some promotion within the Christian apologetics community because of its compelling presentation of the historical accuracy of the Bible.

    • Blogs
  • Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on Irenaeus

    August 30, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Irenaeus was one of the first Christians to defend the faith against Gnosticism, but what exactly did he believe, and what else did he contribute to Christianity?

    • Blogs
  • The Image of God Gives Human Life Value

    August 23, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    Lethal acts of terrorism, controversial police shootings, and attacks upon law enforcement officers have left many unsettled in America. These horrific public killings cause many to wonder whose lives really matter in life. So do all human lives have value? And, if so, on what basis do they carry worth?

    • Blogs
  • Apologetics Strategies: How to Select Resources to Give to Nonbelievers

    August 9, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    ...what should you look for when selecting a resource to give to a skeptical expert? Here are three criteria to consider...

    • Blogs
  • How a Christian Worldview Influenced America’s Founding Fathers

    July 26, 2016
    By User Not Found

    It might be fair to say that most Americans tend to take our freedom for granted. We forget that our freedom was hard-won and is not guaranteed. In fact, the liberties we cherish are privileges not many societies enjoy. Tyranny, in its many guises, is the historical norm.

    • Blogs
  • Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on St. Bonaventure

    July 19, 2016
    By Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.Authors.Author

    St. Bonaventure was one of the great thinkers of the Middle Ages, but what exactly did he believe, and what else did he contribute to Christendom? Here’s your crash course on the life and accomplishments of St. Bonaventure—and why he still matters today.

    • Christian thinkers
    • saints
    • Middle Ages
    • Ideas
    • Catholicism
    • Books
    • Bonaventure
    • Blogs

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