If you type this question into Google, the first hit—“gotquestions.org”—says that the answer is found in 1 Corinthians 15:3-4: “that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, […]
To be an inhabitant of twenty-first century postmodern West is to be well-acquainted with at least some expression of the cultural battle between science and faith. Whether it is a […]
A distinguished man should be as particular about his last words as he is about his last breath.
On the way to a conference, Sarah and I recently had the thrill of visiting Dubai. An impressive, ultra-modern city rising in the desert, Dubai’s scale is overwhelming. It had […]
Last Sunday, I spent 2 hours in a car with one of the most renowned sociologists of the 20th century. Peter L. Berger, born in Austria in 1929, is the […]
British writer Edward Docx, writing for the UK-based Prospect Magazine, has announced to the world, “Postmodernism is dead.” How does he know? He points to some time ago, when the Victoria and […]
Last Friday I became the 621,878,922th person to join Twitter. I inserted my noble name under the blue dove, spent an hour or so until Twitter accepted a proper […]