Tools to navigate through your pain~!

In trouble? Spiritual Pain? Disappointed?

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“We can ignore even pleasure. But pain insists upon being attended to. God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts in our pains: it is his megaphone to rouse a deaf world.” ― C.S. Lewis There are too many bookss on pain are available for us!. In this post I found […]

010: Story of Reality Part 1 : How the World Began, How It Ends, And Everything Important That Happens In Between

Interview with Greg Koukl 1 of 2

The truth hurts, not as much as jumping on a bike without a seat but it hurts!  This week we continue our search for truth in religion. This podcast I have an the honor of an interview one of my heroes, Gregory Koukl! He is the author of the new book the  Story of Reality : How the […]

009: How to know what is True in Religion? Part 2 of 2

Testing Truth in the Spiritual : An Interview with J. Warner Wallace on Evidence Part 2

How you know that what you believe is in fact true?  “Everyone has their own views of truth and of God!” That is a common mantra in our pluralistic and sophomoric views of the Good the True and the Beautiful.  But is it right?  Is there a path to follow, a way to get us […]

How to avoid making the most embarrassing of logical errors

Avoid cutting your own philosophical throat

She stood up in my class and gave us all three logical reasons is to why logic is not useful and reasoned for us as to why we should not be using reason.   My student, was cutting her own philosophical throat.  She was making what philosophers call a self-refuting statement.  Allow me to explain. […]

OneStory Conference:

The Mythology and Theology of Superheroes

“The mythology/theology of Superheroes”  I will have the privilege of speaking at an upcoming conference in the Chicago land area, on that topic! Solid Reasons’ OneStory:Gospel, Purpose, Reality Conference My talk will be on the “Theology of Daredevil, Batman and the X-Men: Effective Principles to Successfully Connect with a Secular Society with the Mythology of SuperHeroes” It […]

002: Three Questions that we cannot ignore

Podcast 2: The Three Questions to Engage Culture

There are three main questions we need to address to make sense of the world.  These three will be discussed in this podcast.  A few months ago, I had this conversation, “How can you be thankful? You are an atheist!”  This is what I said, with a smile,  to a friend of mine who told me […]

We all Lie–especially to ourselves

A review of The (Honest) Truth about Dishonesty by Dan Ariely

You are a thief and a liar! You may not be a grand thief—you won’t take the office computer home, but the office pen won’t hurt, will it? You lie to yourself (that dress doesn’t make you look fat), you lie to others (just this one brownie won’t hurt you), and you cheat, although minimally […]

Did God return to the crime scene?

God's Crime Scene: A review of J. Warrer Wallace's latest book

God’s Crime Scene, by Jim Warner Wallace is a fantastic and absolutely engaging book.  It is his sequel to his Cold Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels.  In this book, Wallace investigates the evidence for the existence of God using multiple sources in very creative ways. There are a few interviews […]

Who made God?

Answering an impossible question

Who made God?  Every semester students ask me this question.  Is trying to answer this even possible?  Is it even logical to try to answer it? In this post, I share what I learned these past 20 years with this question.  Now this is a fair question.  Lets give the skeptic the respect he longs […]

A Closed Mind is ~at times~ the Best of Minds

Is it possible that an open mind is dangerous?  Yes.   If your mind is all-encompassing, and you are willing to accept whatever comes into it, then remember that the only thing that accepts anything and rejects nothing, is a sewer.  G.K. Chesterton said it best, “The object of opening the mind, as of opening the mouth, is to […]