Homeless at Home

The Christian optimism is based on the fact that we do not fit in the world. I had tried to be happy by telling myself that man is an animal, like any other which sought its meat from God. But now I really was happy, for I had learnt that man is a monstrosity. I had… Continue reading Homeless at Home


Søren Kierkegaard on Objective Truth

What I really need is to get clear what I am about to do...What matters is to find my purpose, to see what it really is that God will that I shall do; the crucial thing is to find a truth that is truth for me, to find the idea for which I am willing… Continue reading Søren Kierkegaard on Objective Truth

What is Truth?

Pilate said to him, "What is truth?" – John 18:38 On this day, 190 years ago, something remarkable happened. On July 4, 1826, John Adams, second President of the United States, passed away. Adams would die on the same exact day as the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the document… Continue reading What is Truth?

My Mid-Year “Top Books of 2016” List

At the end of the year I will be posting a "Top Books of 2016" list, similar to the one I posted this past year. It is only a narrow reflection on my year in reading, but hopefully gives you some suggestions for books to take a look at (you're welcome for doing the dirty… Continue reading My Mid-Year “Top Books of 2016” List

The Not-So-Gospel of Ali

I remember being on vacation as a boy once, enjoying the freedom of the channel buffet before me at the hotel television. I turned to ESPN Classic. It's not something we kids did very often. At the time I was more infatuated with my current sports heroes, guys like Donovan McNabb and Tracy McGrady, and the… Continue reading The Not-So-Gospel of Ali

Book Review: How To Be An Atheist: Why Skeptics Aren’t Skeptical Enough (Mitch Stokes)

As Christians, it is difficult to sometimes know how to move the ball forward in terms of proving the existence of God among skeptical culture. We feel that in order to defend God against atheists and agnostics, we must be well-versed in the areas of science and philosophy going into these arguments. But not only… Continue reading Book Review: How To Be An Atheist: Why Skeptics Aren’t Skeptical Enough (Mitch Stokes)

John Calvin’s Nine Proofs for Scripture’s Credibility

In the greatest work of his lifetime, Institutes of the Christian Religion, John Calvin addresses a whole gamut of Christian theology, spanning 1800 pages in my McNeill — Battles edition. It’s a heavy read, but definitely worth your time. As I’m working through it slowly over the course of 2016, I will be posting some of my… Continue reading John Calvin’s Nine Proofs for Scripture’s Credibility

The “Great Boxing Hope” of Apologetics

The real problem is that when we feel that Christian advocacy is all up to us, we lay on ourselves the impossible burden of being the “great boxing hope” who is expected to knock out of the ring all comers. We are expected to be the fearless David who ventures out to slay all Goliaths,… Continue reading The “Great Boxing Hope” of Apologetics