Book review: Evangelism in a Skeptical World – Sam Chan

Christianity is true. Now, if that is the case, it makes sense that worldviews that deny Christianity are false. And since they are false, if you poke and prod them enough, you will find the (sometimes gaping) holes in them. Now there is a very unfortunate tendency among some Christians to find those holes, tellContinue reading “Book review: Evangelism in a Skeptical World – Sam Chan”

Good Enough

I’m going to say something controversial. When we do things, especially things in furtherance of the gospel, I think often we should settle with “good enough.” What do I mean? You haven’t prepared enough for a Bible study you are invited to lead? Lead it anyway. You are not super well versed on all theContinue reading “Good Enough”

Racism and Bargain-Bin Philosophy

The best explanation that I’ve ever read of how philosophy affects our everyday life was written by author Rachel Jankovich. She writes, “Worldly philosophers and thinkers have always been something like the high-fashion designers who live in a sort of alternative reality. They make unbelievably stupid outfits for unbelievably tall and harsh looking people withContinue reading “Racism and Bargain-Bin Philosophy”