Most of us are very bad at putting the fundamentals of our faith into practice, for all that we know them by heart. [Click title to read more.]
A good book is hard to find, sometimes. Here's how I look for one that's just right. [Click title to read more.]
An ancient manuscript fragment reminds me that the faith-work of today can be the blessing of generations to come. [Click title to read more.]
I thought it might be worthwhile to offer up this little primer: a series of very basic tips about how to evaluate and assess all that "Christian" information you might stumble across online or in the bookstore.
The key to Biblical literacy is that all of us - even those who pass Biblical literacy quizzes with 100% scores - need to work on always knowing the Bible better, regardless of the amount of knowledge we currently possess. [Click title to read more.]
A love of learning and knowledge can also lead to particular pitfalls, temptations, and problems. In light of that, there are five questions I try to constantly ask myself to keep my path straight and my focus on God. [Click title to read more.]
Humans need community, and Christians most of all, and we must not be so preoccupied with not being of the world that we forget we are meant to be in it. But I do think that in our current civilization we must prize a momentary withdrawal. We must, for our own sake, seek the silence. [Click title to read more.]