Tag Archive | Faith

A Disembodied Head? Part 2: The Key

Hopefully I piqued your interest with yesterday’s teaser at the end of my post. I do believe that there is a “Key” to correctly interpreting everything in Scripture, and the Key is pointed out within the text. For me, the discovery was more of a “Duh” moment than an “Aha!” The Key was actually something […]

A Challenging Mathematics Question

For those of us who are Christians, this graphic should be extremely challenging.   If you don’t see why this should be challenging, check out Deuteronomy 10.8; Psalm 10.14, 68.5, 146.9; Isaiah 1.17; John 14.18; James 1.27. Not only are there plenty of other verses about God’s adopting us into his families, but these verses […]

Ted Davis on Theistic Evolution

In the debates on the origins of life, it is easy to argue with each other without understanding each others true positions. In that vein, Dr. Ted Davis, my colleague at Messiah College, offers his take on the tenets of Theistic Evolution as part of a series at the¬†BioLogos Forums‘ site. He will eventually be […]

Can Glenn Beck Read?

I’m not so sure after the uproar of the last week or so. It all started with a post by my friend and colleague John Fea. Dr. Fea is the chair of the Department of History here at Messiah College, a thoughtful Christian, and an exemplary historian specializing in early American History. He is very […]

Interesting News from the Middle East

Thanks to my colleague Reid Perkins-Buzo for the link to this article¬†about two Muslim clerics (one Sunni and one Shiite) spoke to a collection of Catholic Bishops about Muslim-Christian relations in the Middle East, especially in Muslim countries. I was impressed that the clerics seemed to be well-connected, rather than from minority or fringe groups […]