So, without further ado, here is Ezra the teacher taking a firm stand (uh oh, is he getting this from me?) with his imaginary students.
So while Aristostle and Christians both embrace the theological notion that perfection and imperfection cannot cohabitate, this is not where the story ends in the Christian faith.
The feel of a hardback, the beauty of an older book sitting on shelf, the smell of the pages in an older book, and the sound of paper as you turn the pages all contribute to the cultivation of a love for reading.
"There is an inverse relationship between the apparent oddity of his commands and my desire to do what he says."
The main reason I am writing this blog is because I want you to read something that I read today that really hit my heart.
I am almost finished with writing the unit titled "The Problem of Pain" for the C.S. Lewis course. In the first assignment, I include a short video by William Lane Craig. He is one of the best Christian apologists in the world. Like Oxford Mathematician and Christian apologist John Lennox, he does more than reason [...]
What if God cares about more than just the internal state of your heart? What if the planet matters? Click on this link if you want to be challenged. We can all do something and then encourage others to do the same. apple.news/Avn2C4J_gRAiXXX72Qu8WWA