Literary views on death from a Christian worldview

This week I have a question for the hive mind. What is the most powerful description of death that you have read in literature from a Christian perspective? I would love for you to post the quote or the reference in the comment section. Here’s a few to get the

By |2022-04-05T17:56:13+10:005 March, 2012|

Breaking Down Discrimination

We have heard that the path to God is 'narrow'.   In the OT, the path to salvation was restrictive.    While God laid out a path through his chosen people, the Jews created artificial restrictions which effectively eliminated many people's hope.   They set up discriminating systems that put God

By |2022-04-05T17:51:21+10:0016 September, 2011|

Our Promised Future?

As the technology age dawned, our social future looked bright. We were 'promised' prosperous times with satisfying jobs, lives of leisure and flying cars. Yet, more than ever, polls show that society believes we are on the wrong track. Violence, selfishness and uncertainty has increased depression, dispair and suicide. Something

By |2022-04-05T17:51:31+10:009 September, 2011|

Heart Matters

When I purchased my last car (a Mazda 6) there was a tense battle between my head and my heart. My heart wanted the luxury model with leather seats, sunroof and Bose sound system.  My head said the mid-range classic version was better economic value. In the end, my head

By |2022-04-05T17:53:17+10:005 August, 2011|

Doubt: A Self Examination

This quote from Tim Keller’s The Reason for God has really challenged my thinking over the past two weeks: "A faith without some doubts is like a human body without any antibodies in it. People who blithely go through life too busy or indifferent to ask hard questions about why

By |2022-04-05T18:00:07+10:0010 July, 2011|
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