The End of Creation: Soli Deo Gloria

The Sum of the Matter The first verse in the Bible is a monumental statement that reverberates with earth-shattering implications for the formation of a Christian worldview: “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. 1:1, ESV). Do not miss the magnitude of this statement. Do not downplay the significance of thisContinue reading “The End of Creation: Soli Deo Gloria”

The End of Creation: Soli Deo Gloria

The Sum of the Matter The first verse in the Bible is a monumental statement that reverberates with earth-shattering implications for the formation of a Christian worldview: “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. 1:1, ESV). Do not miss the magnitude of this statement. Do not downplay the significance of thisContinue reading “The End of Creation: Soli Deo Gloria”

The End of Creation: Soli Deo Gloria

The Sum of the Matter The first verse in the Bible is a monumental statement that reverberates with earth-shattering implications for the formation of a Christian worldview: “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. 1:1, ESV). Do not miss the magnitude of this statement. Do not downplay the significance of thisContinue reading “The End of Creation: Soli Deo Gloria”

No Final Conflict – Francis Schaeffer (1975)

“It is my conviction that the crucial area of discussion for evangelicalism in the next years will be Scripture.  At stake is whether evangelicalism will remain evangelical.”  So stated Francis Schaeffer in his 1975 landmine, No Final Conflict.  While this treasure was penned nearly thirty years ago, it remains relevant and applicable to 21st-century culture. […]

No Final Conflict – Francis Schaeffer (1975)

“It is my conviction that the crucial area of discussion for evangelicalism in the next years will be Scripture.  At stake is whether evangelicalism will remain evangelical.”  So stated Francis Schaeffer in his 1975 landmine, No Final Conflict.  While this treasure was penned nearly thirty years ago, it remains relevant and applicable to 21st-century culture. […]

We Stood Upon the Stars

Roger W. Thompson, We Stood Upon Stars, Waterbrook Books, 2017, 222 pp. $10.33 Finding God in lost places is the reoccurring theme in Roger W. Thompson’s book, We Stood Upon Stars. Thompson uses his storytelling skills and love of the outdoors in this fascinating account of a real-life adventure seeker. Thompson invites readers to joinContinue reading “We Stood Upon the Stars”

The End of Creation: Soli Deo Gloria

The first verse in the Bible is a monumental statement that reverberates with earth-shattering implications for the formation of a Christian worldview: “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. 1:1, ESV). Do not miss the magnitude of this statement. Do not downplay the significance of this vital piece of revelation. AndContinue reading “The End of Creation: Soli Deo Gloria”

No Final Conflict – Francis Schaeffer (1975)

“It is my conviction that the crucial area of discussion for evangelicalism in the next years will be Scripture.  At stake is whether evangelicalism will remain evangelical.”  So stated Francis Schaeffer in his 1975 landmine, No Final Conflict.  While this treasure was penned nearly thirty years ago, it remains relevant and applicable to 21st-century culture.Continue reading “No Final Conflict – Francis Schaeffer (1975)”