Are we able to make sense of the Texas Church Massacre within an atheistic context? (images courtesy of pixabay.com)

Making Sense of the Texas Church Massacre: What You Believe Matters-Part 1

The atheist philosopher, Bertrand Russell, once made this comment: “No one can sit at the bedside of a dying child and still believe in God.”  Certainly, from the outset, this statement sounds really powerful.  How could I, a Bible-believing Christian, who claims to believe in a God that is all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-loving, reconcile His Read more about Making Sense of the Texas Church Massacre: What You Believe Matters-Part 1[…]

Do we really believe that God has Christians' good in mind whenever even the toughest afflictions may come into our lives? (image courtesy of pixabay.com)

Charles Spurgeon: Help from his View of Affliction

See a previous post I wrote on the value of biographies here Have you struggled with adversity in your life? Have you often wondered how to properly view the trials and struggles you’ve encountered? I know I have.  What I want to share with you now is some of the thoughts from the life of Read more about Charles Spurgeon: Help from his View of Affliction[…]

Will we hear the words "well done" when we come to die? (image courtesy of pixabay.com)

God Uses Young, Brief Lives: Nabeel Qureshi, The Problem of Evil, and The Sovereignty of God

As I write these first few words (originally on Saturday, 9/16/17), I just heard that Nabeel Qureshi has passed away at the age of 34 with complications due originally to stage 4 stomach cancer. I first heard the news through Justin Taylor’s site here. If you want a good overview of his life and some Read more about God Uses Young, Brief Lives: Nabeel Qureshi, The Problem of Evil, and The Sovereignty of God[…]

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