God seems to tether us to the world through relationships and circumstances beyond our control. Our faith and family, labors and poverty, community and sufferings, ground us to the earth and remind us that we are only a bit of dust and the breath of God.
I have found that my natural bent is to excuse my sins, not confess them. Rather than mortifying them, I spend my best efforts fortifying them. They appear to me as precious darlings, to be protected from the harsh looks of my Father. “He just doesn’t understand, you see. He doesn’t want you to have […]
If we transform the worldview without transforming the worldviewer, we will not transform the world. If we transform the world without transforming the worldview, transformation will be temporary and unpredictable. If we transform the worldviewer, the worldview comes with it, and the world is thrown in for free. Neiswonger
For those of you that are into Christian apologetics and wonder why so few are convinced when our arguments are so good and the evidence so convincing, the main problems today seem to be three: 1st, though anyone can repeat learned arguments, Christians are generally very poor at living out their faith in practice, and […]
It’s hard to focus on the important things when life is so full of distractions. The universe is big, and wide and with trillions upon trillions of this and that, and so contemporary thought has a hard time seeing the value of being here, or being human, or that God would take an interest in […]
Reformation Day 2011: Does the Reformation Still Matter? Click here to hear the apologetics.com Radio show,“Does the Reformation Still Matter?” With Special Guests: Lane Chaplin of “Rightly Divided”, Doug Eaton of “Bethel Grace Baptist Church of Bellflower California”, Pastor Arthur Andrews of “Hephatha Lutheran Church” of Anaheim, Pastor Kent Moorlach of “Communion Presbyterian Church” of […]
The Apologetics.com Summer Movie Reviews Show! With Candace Jackson, Lindsay Brooks and Christopher Neiswonger The stories that a person loves says a lot about them. Christians of course have their own peculiar view of the world, and that manifests itself in the arts as much as in the things we might think of as “religious”. […]
A treatment of the basic ideas, systems, hermeneutics and history of the end of the world in Christian thought. Special guests the Reverend Kent Moorlach of Communion Presbyterian Church of Irvine, CA and Doug Eaton of Bethel Grace Baptist Church of Bellflower CA, join host Christopher Neiswonger on a trip to the end and back again.