I started this year listening to Letters to the Church by Francis Chan, through Audible. It was an impulse decision, and what a book. I listened to it, and then bought a physical copy, because I needed a space to underline, highlight, and make notes. There are so many nuggets of gold in this book,…Read more Thoughts on the Church.
October was a heavy month for me, in terms of school. If I wasn't in class, I was buried in my textbooks, or working on assignments. The time I did have to myself was spent taking care of more administrative, or not-as-fun personal things. I generally read the most at night, and therefore, I didn't…Read more October Books
Let's do a SoulPancake page, shall we? This is a good one. [Please see this post for information on SoulPancake and the awesome book I'm pulling these questions from.] *Why is talking about God so awkward?* *Why is it so difficult and weird to talk about something many people believe in?* I have many ideas. …Read more ‘Why is talking about God so awkward?’
For one of my summer classes, I was required to read Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth by Reza Aslan. Initially, I was quite excited to read it, because it provides a historical look into the time when Jesus was alive. As a Christian, I do not know much about that time. …Read more Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth
A few days ago I stumbled upon an article by National Geographic titled ‘The Campaign to Eliminate Hell’. As a traditionalist Christian, that caught my attention. (If you’re interested, you can find it here. Please. I really think you should read it.) What? Eliminate Hell? Seriously? Is that something we can actually do? As it…Read more ‘The Campaign to Eliminate Hell’