Tag Archives: Religion

Book Review 45: All God’s Children & Blue Suede Shoes by Ken Myers

What is pop culture? That’s the one question I’ve always wanted to get a definitive answer to in all of my adult life. Well, I believe I have found a book that attempts to give me that answer. All God’s Children & Blue Suede Shoes by Ken Myers explores the relationship between Christians and Popular Culture.… Continue Reading

Book Review 44: Gray Matters by Brett McCracken

“Christians have a hard time with nuance, gray areas are not out strong suit.” “Discernment is a tricky business, much more complicated than a checklist or matrix of black-and-white criteria. And it begins on the inside, with an awareness that while discernment is a virtue we should all aspire to, it doesn’t look exactly the… Continue Reading

Book Review 37: Gilead by Marilynne Robinson

“For me writing has always felt like praying.” “Adulthood is a wonderful thing, and brief. You must be sure to enjoy it while it lasts.” Those touching, powerful quotes are from Minister John Ames, the protagonist of Gilead by Marilynne Robinson. Gilead tells his story in letter form to his young son about his life… Continue Reading

Wisdom of Kammbia 3.10: For Those Who Are Angry At God After Yesterday’s Tragedy

There are many people who are angry with God today.  Both believers and non-believers are angry with the Lord because of what happened yesterday in Connecticut. The atheists, agnostics, and other non-believers are saying, “How could we believe in the God of the Bible that would allow twenty innocent children to be killed like that.… Continue Reading

Habakkuk: An Introduction

Last summer, I did an online Bible Study on the Book of Ecclesiastes(my favorite book) and now I’m going to write and post a study on the Book of Habakkuk. Let’s face it, many Christians when they open their bibles don’t go looking for the Book of Habakkuk for their reading, studying or devotion time.… Continue Reading