Category worldview

"Wise Blood" by Flannery O’Connor – A Short Review

I finished Flannery O’Connor’s first novel, Wise Blood (1952), a few months ago and just now am finding time to post a word about it. I believe Wise Blood is among the most helpful refutations of one (or more) of the most pernicious intellectual and spiritual idea(s) plaguing common people and academics today. ┬áBut if […]

Francis Scheffer on a One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Apologetics

As we turn to consider in more detail how we may speak to men of the twentieth century, we must emphasize first of all that we cannot apply mechanical rules. We, of all people, should realize this, for as Christians we believe that personality really does exist and is important. We can lay down some […]

Are there answers to all those questions?

Check out this introduction to the Youth Apologetics Study Bible (I contributed two articles):

Watch This…Tuesday 8/25/09

Have you been turned off by apologetics in the past? Do you wonder if anyone really needs it? Are you unsure of what the word means at all? My friends Sean McDowell and Brett Kunkle are doing a live stream discussion on the need for engaging people in our culture in an intelligent, gracious, relevant […]