April 2013

Which God do you worship?

April 30, 2013

I recently had a discussion with a friend about whether Muslims worship the same God as Christians. At first glance, one might be tempted to answer “no”: different religions, therefore different Gods. Christians don’t believe in Allah, Muslims don’t believe in Jesus, end of story. But such a snap judgement fails to do justice to […]

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Mark Driscoll doesn’t want you to study the Bible

April 28, 2013

Mark Driscoll recently caused another brouhaha with his views about gender roles. The short version of this latest controversy is that he compared nagging wives to water torture. You can watch the offending segment here. But are we really surprised by this sort of thing from Driscoll? By now it should seem par for the […]

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Recent Sketches

April 26, 2013

Here are some recent sketches I’ve done on my iPod Touch using the SketchBook MobileX app (Android, iOS):

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Review: Cross Examined by Bob Seidensticker

April 24, 2013

Cross Examined: An Unconventional Spiritual Journey by Bob Seidensticker is an easy book to sum up: it’s a novel about apologetics. Such an undertaking has intriguing possibilities, but unfortunately Seidensticker can’t quite pull off this combination. Apologetics is mostly about telling; good fiction is about showing — and in this novel the two make for […]

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I See An Elephant

April 22, 2013

Here’s a picture of the world:

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A Christian Response To Tragedy

April 16, 2013

Amid the unfolding news of yesterday’s Boston marathon bombing, I saw this message on Facebook: Really!? This is the sort of question that pops into the mind of some supposed “Christians”? People are dead and injured and scared and traumatized and panicked and you dare to question the sincerity, motivation and consistency of their prayers? […]

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