Jim Kast-Keat has decided to end his wonderful 30 Seconds or Less project to make room for other creative endeavors in his life. It was something I contributed to on several occasions and took inspiration from on many other occasions. It will remain quite a resource for churches, preachers, and thoughtful people looking for bite-size […]
One of the things I get to do is teach adult ed classes on all sorts of different subjects at churches that invite me in. I’m like a vampire. I can’t come in if you don’t invite me. Anyway, I was asked to teach a class recently that looked at the Nativity story from a […]
This week I was featured on Thirty Seconds or Less, the shortest podcast on the internet. I did five tiny episodes on the theology of geekdom. It was a ton of fun. Enjoy!
We tend to talk about “what” we believe, but never “how” we believe it. Leaving this part out of the conversation leads to a lot of misunderstanding. Philip Clayton and Steven Knapp offer some great tools for navigating this murky area.
Sounds heady, right? Maybe it even is a little heady. What I want to look at are four propositions about the existence of God and God’s nature, very generally stated, say a bit about who I see espousing the first three propositions, and then present as a fourth one an interesting option that I almost never […]