Evangelism 101: Speaking Evolution

A couple of days ago, I commented on a college-friend’s Facebook post. Unlike me, she used our biology major to become an environmentalist with a PhD. I used our major to edit my husband’s first book. ***Shameless plug: Buy Nature’s Witness: How Evolution Can Inspire Faith. Send our daughter to college.*** Our genetics professor also [Read More...]

Silence

Silence has long been considered an invaluable and sacred spiritual discipline—especially during Lent. To be still makes space for the Spirit to stir. Silence consents to the Lord’s presence and acknowledges his providential hand. “Be still and know that I am God,” we hear in the Psalms. Silence before God is silence with God, a [Read More...]

Have Been and Always Shall Be Your Friend

Need a chuckle? Watch this Audi commercial. Don’t buy an Audi. Or a Mercedes. Just watch the ad. iO9 called it the “the greatest car commercial ever” and the 2:43-short is a fascinating piece of meta-science-fiction. embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube DirektZachary Quinto vs. Leonard Nimoy: “The Challenge” “I have been . . . and always [Read More...]

The Art of Death: Dulce et Decorum

I remember the first time I stood in front of a Civil War memorial and puzzled out the Latin words that ran across its top: Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori. That’s the stupidest thing ever written, I thought. Sweet and right it is to die for one’s country? It might be the right [Read More...]

Bestseller

Today’s guest post comes from Tracy Kennedy, one of an excellent class of students from Bethel Seminary who recently studied the intersection between faith, vocation and work. Imagine if Oprah aired a special show depicting a miracle pill that could produce the energy within one person to do that of thousands.  And even more impressive is that the [Read More...]

Evocative

Today’s guest post comes from Eric Morgan, one of an excellent class of students from Bethel Seminary who recently studied the intersection between faith, vocation and work. Do we even have time for vocation?  My daughter has honors math, literature, and chemistry.  She plays in the orchestra and runs track.  Our factory education system is training her to [Read More...]


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