The following was sent in to my local newspaper for consideration in the editorial page (it was, however, rejected by the editor): In no way do I pretend to represent the entirety of the Christian community.... Read More
In the third episode of Faith of our Fathers, Jonathan Brack and Charles Williams explore the growing tensions and eventual separation between Judaism and Christianity in the first century—explaining how Christianity came to be seen no longer as simply another sect of Judaism,... Read More
In an essay on the importance of Christian scholarship, Machen demonstrated a strong view of the antithesis between believers and unbelievers (so much so that one might be tempted to think he was Dutch).... Read More
In this episode we discuss the first two verses of Genesis 1. The episode focuses on the centrality of God in creation. We begin by discussing some interpretive assumptions involved in reading this passage.... Read More
Daniel Schrock revisits Cornelius Van Til's critique of Francis Schaeffer's apologetic. Van Til has been criticized for his treatment of Schaeffer's method, but Schrock reminds us that though it may be difficult to carry out polemics in a spirit of Christian love, we cannot assume it prohibits polemics.