Brit Hume's Humility

I have been taken aback by the upheaval of responses to Brit Hume’s suggestion that Tiger Woods put his faith in Jesus. Peter Wehner has an excellent reflection on the culture’s response. I would encourage you to read the whole thing and compare the way...

Moral Understanding as the First Step in Apologetics

Knowledge and understanding are not as neutral as we might suspect. Knowledge and understanding of the Scripture is first a moral attitude. Psalm 19 explains that the knowledge of God impossible to miss, but perpetually denied – as Romans 1 attests....

Specialization in the Church Will Stunt Her Growth

Reading Peter Brown’s formative biography on Augustine (rev. 2000 edition). In it he makes this profound connection between the halt of evangelism and elitism in the Church: There was one other split in the moral ideas of his hearers which Augustine could do...

Engaging Contemporary Culture

Series of four lectures by Jerram Barrs: 1)Friday Night Session I: Cooperating with God’s Testimony in the Lives of Unbelievers 2) Echoes of Eden in Literature, Legend and Myth 3) The Evangelism of Jesus: Parables for a Mixed Gathering 4) Acts 17: Paul and the...

Buildings and the Kingdom of God

A friend of mine just posted a thought-provoking article regarding buildings and reaching people with the Gospel. I remember this building he was speaking about on campus. A friend of mine told me that he thought our ministry would thrive if we had a location like...