Category Archives: Spiritual Growth and Theology

Saying No to Good Things (And Why We’re Closing Down the Blog)

While at Apple, Steve Jobs annually collected his best thinkers into one room and asked them what Apple should focus on for the next year. Everyone threw out ideas, argued and vied to get their idea on Job’s top ten … Continue reading

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The Story of Christianity

I’ve been reading through a book called The Story of Christianity by Justo Gonzalez, which chronicles the history of The Church from the time of Christ all the way up to modern day.  I’m reading the first volume (Christ to … Continue reading

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The call to discerning minds; the Bible’s view on our classes

I feel like there are many good reasons to excel in your classes; wanting to get good grades, setting your self up for the future, the joy of learning, doing everything with excellence, loving what you are learning, etc. The list … Continue reading

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Dating for Dummies

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a manual in the Bible about dating in the 21st century? Biblical Dating for Dummies? It could have the topics you’re supposed to talk about on a first date, or give a list … Continue reading

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Is God responsible for evil?

God’s sovereignty and man’s free will are difficult subjects. The Bible deeply affirms both man’s responsibility for rebelling against God along with God’s sovereignty to bring about His plans. These are not bad topics to ponder. However, we must approach … Continue reading

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