Monthly Archives: February 2011

Top Mistakes Christians Make (about Atheists)

Phil Zuckerman, professor of Sociology at Pitzer in Claremont College, offers nine mistakes (because ten is “so Old Testament”)¬† that atheists make (along with agnostics and XTC fans) in expressing their disbelief. Here they are in summary: Insisting that science … Continue reading

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O Love That Will Not Let Me Go

George Matheson went blind at the age of 20 while studying theology to become a minister. He was engaged to be married at the time, but his fianc√© pulled out before the wedding. She could not go through with it … Continue reading

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The Tower(s) of Fremont

In his bible study, The Gospel in Life, Tim Keller talks about how the tallest building in a city will tell you what people in that city worship. It can be a cathedral, a temple, a minaret, a sky scraper. … Continue reading

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Dramatic Theology

I just purchased The Christian Faith, a systematic theology written by one of my seminary professors, Dr. Michael Horton. I’ve been looking forward to reading this book since my days as a seminary student when it was just a writing … Continue reading

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Why Diabetics need Jesus

I was diagnosed with diabetes around eleven years ago. For those of you who are not familiar with the disease, diabetes is an incurable condition that leads to dangerously high levels of blood sugar. There are two types of diabetics: … Continue reading

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