Mark Stenberg takes aim at Christian certainty. I'm not certain that's our problem.
Alvin Plantinga posits a profound conflict between naturalism and science. This extraordinary claim is deeply counterintuitive.
Rousseau and Barth each imagined arriving in heaven with his books. But the response they anticipated could hardly have been more different.
It takes a lifetime, as well as a remarkable life, to write a book like Eleonore Stump's Wandering in Darkness.
"The disciples were obviously astonished to see Christ in glory," said our pastor. He was prepared for questions about the Transfiguration. Instead, one first grader asked, "what does 'obviously' mean?"