Posts Tagged ‘augustine’

“Apart From Me You Can Do . . . “

As I look at history and consider Jesus’ words in John 15 about abiding in him, I see that people have achieved monumental things apart from God. They have arranged political systems, dispensed justice, erected architectural wonders, and conquered empires whose fragments were glorious even in their...
August 22nd, 2012 | Evangelicals, Featured, Religion, The Gospel | Read More

Non-Christian Art: Three Christian stances and why to care

Sometimes, Christians make bad art. Perhaps its because they don’t have talent or training, perhaps its because they get confused about what good art means. That doesn’t perplex me. There are lots of reasons to fail in art, and enough Christians succeed to show that faith isn’t a disqualifier....
July 9th, 2012 | Art & Literature, Culture, Featured, Media | Read More

One Book for College: Joining the Recommendations

Over at Mere Orthodoxy, Matt Anderson took it upon himself and his bloggers to each recommend a book to read during college. While I do not write for Mere-O, I am an avid reader and Matt is a friend of mine, so I thought I would throw my own hat into the ring. Hopefully he won’t mind this particular...
September 22nd, 2011 | Blogging, Book Reviews, Education, Featured | Read More