Links on Theology, Life, and Culture to encourage us to be — and to make — disciples.
When Puritan Theology Helped Develop Immunology The forerunners of the smallpox vaccine mixed a concoction of both bold faith and strong science. Perhaps “Puritan” as a simplistic put-down should be revised.
What Does It Mean to Call God “My Rock”? This brief article delves into a favourite metaphor of the Psalmist. And this longer reflection builds on the truth of the stability that My Rock provides: “Before Your Suffering Comes: Five Rocks to Put Beneath Your Feet”
C. S. Lewis Helps Us See Design in Three Dimensions C. S. Lewis’ insights live well past his life. This article combines three facets of life which Lewis employed to awaken a generation from the fog of matter-is-all-there-is. Those facets include: Beauty, Morality, and Reason.
How Could Jesus Not Know the Day or Hour of His Return? Jesus’ statement (Matt. 24:35-37) is often quoted to lower the temperature of end-times speculation: If Jesus didn’t know the day or hour, why — or how! — should we? Still, Jesus’ reply opens up another can of worms: but isn’t Jesus fully God, so how could he not know? This 7-minute video helps.
Mysteries heard and mysteries seen. Residents of Windsor, Ontario are among those from around the world who hear a faint hum. That hum may well have a fairly straight-forward explanation, while recently declassified videos epitomize the “Unidentified” of flying objects. Thankfully, mysteries to us are known to Him. “The eyes of the Lord are in every place” — Proverbs 15:3 “He determines the number of stars; he gives to all of them their names” — Psalm 147:4