“Theology” simply means “the study of God.” That means all believers are theologians – or, at least, should be. To be clear - and fair - this does not mean that everyone is an academic or scholar i.e. someone who has made a career out of studying the Bible. But, nonetheless, we’re all biblically commanded … Continue reading Every Christian is a Theologian
The Multiverse Theory is the latest attempt by non-Christian physicists to eliminate God from being the “un-caused cause” (as Thomas Aquinas coined the phrase) i.e. the creator of the universe. Here, in this brief 5 minute video, astrophysicist, Brian Keating – University of California, San Diego – answers the question, “What’s the greater leap of … Continue reading Which Takes Greater Faith? God or Multiverse?
May 13th is the day I dread. But May 12th is the day that haunts me. It’s the last day I saw my son alive. The last day I talked to him, and he to me. When I speak in schools on suicide awareness & intervention I close my talk with the following question because, … Continue reading To Those Who’ve Lost a Loved One to Suicide
Reading through the Psalms you commonly see the following subheadings: a psalm of David, or a psalm of Asaph,... I’ll never forget what I once heard one of my professors say: “A psalm is simply a person’s response to God’s activity in their life.” That’s why, in the Psalms, we see the full gamut of … Continue reading A Psalm of Nick Watts