Tag Archives: christian worldview

Love Thy Body (Book Review)

She did it.  But I’m not surprised.  Nancy Pearcey, evangelical scholar extraordinaire, has managed to write the best book to date on the questions about life and sexuality that swamp our culture.  Love Thy Body (LTB) comes with high praise … Continue reading

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The Benedict Option (Book Review)

It’s not often that a book aimed at Christians makes such a big splash in mainstream culture.  I’m not talking about the occasional “Purpose Driven Life”  kinda book that makes it to the New York Times best-seller list.  That’s not … Continue reading

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Popologetics (Book Review)

I grew up in the 1980s, which was a glorious decade for popular culture.  Maybe not the most faith-friendly era, but for 80s kids who grew up in the church, there were a lot of fun entertainments that shaped us.  … Continue reading

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The Story of a Kingdom

Perhaps the one theme that best characterizes and summarizes the Bible is the Kingdom of God.  The theme of kingdom encompasses covenant, history, prophecy, salvation, judgment, law, gospel, ethics, devotion, and even poetry.  Theologian Graeme Goldsworthy describes the Kingdom of … Continue reading

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