We see in a mirror darkly. — We have such a limited understanding of the ways of God. — Even … More
‘The Magnificent Defeat’
Real love always has a cost. To love someone without baggage, someone who never bleeds emotionally (i.e. selfish, lashes out, … More
The Blind Scientist
I find present in the atheistic world view this idea there is something grand and mysterious about our beginnings and so … More
Evangelicals, Where is Your Faith?
By David French (May 2018) This feature originally appeared in National Review (Nov. 10, 2017). This piece speaks so well, … More
‘Shit Town’ Theology
Spiritual take-aways from the latest podcast by the ‘Serial’ team One weekend this past spring, my wife and I traveled … More
Well Whatdya Know; I Really Didn’t Build That!
I remember a speech President Obama gave a few years ago in which he was trying to make the point … More
When board, staff and CEO mingle and collide [This post has no business residing on this blog. But I don’t … More
A Conversation — albeit one-sided — with Alan Turing
Recently, I went to see The Imitation Game, the WW II drama that chronicles the story of British mathematician Alan … More
The morning after the election, I sat down to breakfast with a dozen other men for our weekly bible study. … More