Ain’t No Test Tube Big Enough

Our culture likes to submit God to the scientific method. It seeks to hunch over its collective microscope and demand He show up under magnification. The title of Victor J. Stenger’s book, God the Failed Hypothesis: How Science Shows That God Does Not Exist, pretty much sums it up. But Christians must refuse this bit … Continue reading Ain’t No Test Tube Big Enough

All Things to All Men

“Concentration is the secret of strength in politics, in war, in trade, in short in all management of human affairs.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson “If you chase two rabbits, both will escape.” One of the Apostle Paul’s qualities was his focus. He chased one rabbit from his conversion to his death. What was it? He … Continue reading All Things to All Men

Where does milk come from?

Ask students who grow up in the city “Where does milk come from?” and you can anticipate responses like “the grocery store” or “a milk jug.” The students who grow up on farms always get a good chuckle out of this. Doesn’t everyone know that milk comes from cows? But, there is a real sense … Continue reading Where does milk come from?

Marijuana Fallacies

Washington has the dubious honor, along with Colorado, to be one of the few states where recreational marijuana use is legal. But other states are sure to join. Recreational marijuana is the fastest growing industry in the US, and this will continue as recreational use is legalized in more and more states. In 2014 it … Continue reading Marijuana Fallacies

A Little Perspective

I take it that everyone has heard about the young man, Jared Loughner, who attempted to kill congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona on January 8, 2011. In the process he shot to death six other people, including a judge and a 9 year old girl, and wounded many others. And while everyone’s attention is focused … Continue reading A Little Perspective

It’s not Dave’s fault

“In roughly twenty-five years, Christian worship has gone from being serious to being casual—not because a case has been cogently or theologically argued that “casual” is more appropriate to a meeting with God, but because the culture itself has become casual, and the church has chosen not to resist the cultural inertia. David Letterman doesn’t … Continue reading It’s not Dave’s fault