Review: The Unholy Trinity

Regardless of how you take his straightforward writing style, Walsh's thesis is clear: The religion of liberalism has become the new, sandy foundation of our society, and we Christians let it happen.

Review: Church of Cowards

Our self-righteousness is in dire need of a wake-up call, and that is what this book is for. It is an insightful "wake-up call to complacent Christians," convicting us to acknowledge and wrestle with what we actually believe and what we are called to believe and live out.

The Face of Christ: Part 4 – Christ in Culture and Art

As discussed in the previous installment of this series, it is both acceptable and good to preserve and appreciate art from around the world. In the following, we will discuss types of depictions of Christ, examine the implications of depicting His face, and get the chance to view examples of that art from around the …

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The Face of Christ: Part 1 – Culture Clash

How terrible it is to look into the face of God and see only the color of His skin.Andrew Klavan The subject of art, particularly statues, has become one of the main topics of conversation in recent days and weeks. It is not a new subject, and it is certainly one worth having. But most …

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Review – Creation: Basics & Beyond

Publisher: The Institute for Creation Research Authors: Morris III, Morris, Lisle, Johnson, Jeanson, Guliuzza, Tomkins, Hebert, Shwerwin, and Thomas. The Institute for Creation Research's book Creation: Basics & Beyond provides, as the cover indicates, an in-depth look at "science, origins, and evolution." More explicitly, this book explains in detail the relevancy of Genesis in regard to science, history, morality, …

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