Why is there evil and suffering in the animal kingdom prior to the fall of humanity?Read more "How Did Nature Become Fallen?"
Undeniable does some engaging science education, but its polemical thrust is vitiated by its over-reach and by its failure to engage the best of creationist argumentation.Read more "A Review of Bill Nye’s Undeniable"
The writer-editor relationship can be a delicate one. Having sat in both seats, here are 5 observations for how to make it work.Read more "How Should Writers and Editors Work Together?"
John Adams reminds us that democracy is not an automatic guarantee of liberty, but merely a tool by which we might strive for liberty.Read more "What Can We Learn About Democracy From John Adams?"
For both the legalist and the lawbreaker, the experience of grace is agony. But it is a sweet agony for those who know they need it.Read more "The Psychology of Law and Grace in Les Mis"
We talk a lot about “finding our identity in Christ” in the church. But this is a pretty abstract idea. What does it actually look like?Read more "What Does it Mean to “Find Your Identity in Christ?”"
Four friendly appeals to my young-earth creationist friends.Read more "Furthering the Dialogue on Creation: Some Thoughts on Doug Wilson’s Piece"