Book Review: Father, Son, and Spirit: The Trinity in John’s Gospel by Andreas Köstenberger and Scott Swain

This volume has many strong points with few weaknesses, if any, in regards to the presentation of the material on this subject. For a thorough walk-through of the gospel of John’s structure and teaching on the Trinity, one find’s a great resource in this volume for teaching on this subject.

Not God’s Type: An Atheist Academic Lays Down Her Arms by Holly Ordway

Not God’s Type: An Atheist Academic Lays Down Her Arms by Holly Ordway

Her story is about the slow process of working through the claims of Christianity using both reason and imagination as tools to question her beliefs.  Tying in her love for fencing as an analogy, Ordway describes the arduous and painful process it was for her to convert.

Reflections On My First D6 Conference

Reflections On My First D6 Conference

We need to get to work in family discipleship. Teaching fathers and mothers to raise their children and not depend solely on the pastoral staff at the church to take the role of the parent. Rather our role is come alongside the parent and to "equip the saints [these parents] for the work of ministry, for the building of the body of Christ" (Eph. 4:12). 

REBLOG: UPDATED: Are Young People Really Leaving Christianity?

REBLOG: UPDATED: Are Young People Really Leaving Christianity?

This post is a series of research summarized that addresses the problem of young people leaving Christianity. This article was originally posted at Cold Case Christianity's website: http://coldcasechristianity.com/2018/are-young-people-really-leaving-christianity/ (Updated on January 29th, 2018) Much has been written about both the Biblical illiteracy of teenage believers and the flight of young people from the Church. Many have observed this trend, [...]