God and Science

Last week I was in a discussion based around the comments I made in my blog post, here. The discussion revolved around the intersection between faith and science. During the conversation I was surprised that my discussion partner wanted to push back on my comment that "science can neither prove or disprove God because science... Continue Reading →

Atheists Love Jim

I have a friend, well probably several who fit this description, who I will call Jim. Jim is a Christian and very proud of that fact (and I'm glad for that). If you talk to Jim you will know quickly that God and his church are very important to him. If you ask Jim about... Continue Reading →

Popping Bubbles

I was on Amazon today looking for a book and I clicked on the eBook tab, in case you are not familiar with the site this page is a personalized homepage for Amazon to advertise books to you. As I was scrolling through I counted 15 different headings ( I gave up at that point)... Continue Reading →

The Light and the Sun

God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, the first day. Genesis 1:5 I love the exchange between Eustave and the star Ramandu in in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. “In our world,” said Eustace, “a star is a huge ball of flaming... Continue Reading →

A Good Witness

Living in Eastern Ohio I can easily remember the dramatic sight of the Nike billboard that used to be seen near the stadiums in Cleveland. The picture was LeBron James hands outstretched, captioned with the phrase "we are all witnesses". Nike's campaign was launched in June of 2007 when the Cavs made the NBA Finals;... Continue Reading →

On God and Science

It happens frequently to me that a word will pop up again and again in my life over the course of a week or month and right now that word is cosmology. One of the realities of being a human is that what we think about one area of life influences how we approach other... Continue Reading →

The True Seed of the Church

How many times have I heard someone quote Tertullian's words, "The blood of martyrs is the seed of the Church". I wish, though, Christians were required to actually read Tertullian before they used the line. Taken out of context we might be tempted to think Tertullian is saying that when Christians are persecuted and killed... Continue Reading →

May 4th and a Different Path

I am not nearly old enough to remember May 4, 1970; however, yesterday someone shared Ohio by Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young and I started to think about the events of that day. As I did another scene entered my mind, video of protests in Columbus, Ohio last year where armed police officers took a... Continue Reading →

Do We have Hope?

One of the saddest realities I see in the modern world is the amount of cynicism in the Church. I recognize I am not immune to skepticism about various institutions, but it seems like Christians have lost the ability to place faith in any area of life: government, society, businesses, or even churches (especially denominations).... Continue Reading →

Is It a Sin?

One of those conversations that I have with so many people begins like this, "Is _________ a sin?" It is always a joy when these conversations revolve around someone reflecting on their life and truly trying to make sure their life reflects the love and grace of God. However, there are times when people begin... Continue Reading →

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