Reason for God Q&A with Tim Keller

In 2008, Tim Keller released a book called The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism in order to show how Christian belief is not only reasonable but also makes the best sense of the world around us. Martin Bashir interviewed him that same year at Columbia University as a part of the […]

The Word 8.28.11

I hope that this psalm is an encouragement to you, on this day and every day that follows, to trust in the Lord. Psalm 20 (ESV) 1 May the Lord answer you in the day of trouble! May the name of the God of Jacob protect you! 2 May he send you help from the sanctuary […]

The Word 7.31.11

This psalm is a reminder about the importance of holding fast to our faith in God and passing it down the the generations that follow us. It is also a testimony to the glory of God and his great mercy in preserving his people despite their sins.  Psalm 78 (ESV) 78:1 Give ear, O my people, […]

Jerusalem: Filmed in IMAX 3D

Since most of us will never be able to visit Israel, this film could be the next best thing. It’s scheduled for release in 2013. Jerusalem | Filmed in Imax 3D from JerusalemGiantScreen on Vimeo. (HT: Louis McBride)

The Tragedy of American Compassion – A Review

Just prior to Christmas break, I volunteered to be a part of a school project geared toward examining several books on poverty relief. It is interesting to find that many of the more recent publications are challenging Christians, churches, and even the government to think differently about fighting poverty and helping people in need. I […]