I once read the story of a pastor who was invited to debate an atheist. The pastor agreed to debate on one condition – that the atheist would bring 50 people who had been transformed by being atheists. The pastor in turn would bring 50 people who had been transformed by the power of Jesus Christ. As you may have guessed, the atheist admitted he … Continue reading The Apologetic of a Transformed Life
A few weeks ago, my dear wife and I watched a documentary film on William Shakespeare called Last Will and Testament. It is a fascinating documentary that questions whether William Shakespeare actually wrote the plays attributed to him. The film makes a compelling argument that he didn’t and that Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford is the more likely candidate. There are no shortage of … Continue reading Shakespeare, JFK, and What Happens When We Get to Heaven
Something happened this past summer that I won’t soon forget. My son John was playing on our front porch with his two sisters. I was inside the house but only a few feet away, watching through the door window. My memory fails me as to what exactly happened, but John started crying and immediately crawled over to the door and started pounding on it. Normally, … Continue reading Where is God when I need Him?