By Jason Gunter Right now, on Amazon, there are more than 90,000 books in stock, with “leadership” in the title. And that’s just including works written in the English language. One or both of the following is true, people love to read about leadership, or people love to write about leadership. Finding a worthwhile read […]
The following is my reflection on The Church: The Pillar and Ground of the Truth by Media Gratiae. This isn’t a review, I am biased. Jeff Johnson, the author and host, is the preaching pastor of Grace Bible Church, President of the seminary and a friend. I should also add that I am comically included […]
By Ryan Bush In The Silver Chair by C. S. Lewis, something happens that moves me deeply each time that I come across it. The protagonists, Jill and Eustace, are about to embark on a quest. Aslan speaks to them and gives them signs by which they can find their way. Listen to what he […]
By Lauren Dyck The Reality of Trials In introducing his first epistle, the Apostle Peter addresses a persecuted church, dispersed abroad. They were discouraged and probably confused at the persecution they were facing because of their faith. Peter opens his epistle by encouraging them to remain strong and reminds them to look to Christ, the […]
By Cole Dixon The studies of the seminary student are no light things. The responsibilities of the average student include hours of reading (mindless reading doesn’t get you anywhere in this world), numerous classes, research papers, theological discussion forums, modules, and summer intensives, all while usually working a full-time job. Efficiency comes at a high […]
To many, Dr. James White needs no introduction. But for those who don’t know him, he is a world-renowned apologist who serves as the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of more than twenty books, a professor, a pastor, and an accomplished debater, […]
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