“The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and left untried.”
G. K. Chesterton – Chapter 5, What’s Wrong With The World, 1910
This page is dedicated to posts concerning living out a reasonable Christian faith — that is, a faith buttressed by reason.
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Living by Faith
Are Christians Too Nice? – A Biblical look at the situational application of insult, mockery, violence and anger in light of Jesus’ example. Notes on imagery and its relation to idolatry.
Jesus & The Doctrine of Separation – Would Jesus have made a good fundamentalist?
What does it mean that the Bible is inerrant? – Notes on a much misunderstood but crucial topic to understanding the Bible.
Why USAmerica is Still the Mission Field – A few notes on why we must witness across our backyard fences as much as across the world
Thoughts on Predestination – Are we made to suffer?
Suffering: Job or Jonah? – A reminder that the presence of suffering does not necessarily denote the displeasure of God.
Wrestling With GOD – Faith in the midst of suffering.
Counting the Cost – A lesson from Obed-edom the Gittite on following God wherever it takes us.
The Last Enemy – Death and the Biblical Christian
Reflecting the Light – Reflections on the Similitudes.
— Sirius Knott