Resource Alert! Cold-Case Christianity for Kids

I'm a huge fan of J. Warner Wallace's work. As a former atheist and cold-case homicide detective, he offers such a fascinating and compelling voice to Christian apologetics. I recommend his books, Cold-Case Christianity and God's Crime Scene all the time, usually with the comment, "Hey, if you're a fan of detective drama, you'll love the angle... Continue Reading →

March for ALL Women, Including the Unborn Ones

The so-called "Women's March" last weekend officially excluded some pro-life sponsors, making their pro-abortion perspective even more explicit. So essentially, it was a march for women willing to promote that agenda. I didn't follow much news of the march, but this photo came across my Twitter feed: The tragic irony of this photo is that here we have an... Continue Reading →

C.S. Lewis on Why He Wasn’t Roman Catholic

I was Anglican for a long time before I knew it. Having been in the Anglican tradition (officially) for about 8 months at this point, I continue to have unexpected moments of child-like delight when I discover that a theologian, philosopher, scientist, novelist, or artist that I have long and deeply admired turns out to be Anglican.... Continue Reading →

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