Worldview as the issue

Worldview as the issue

On yesterday’s podcast episode I discussed my approach to apologetics… For those who didn’t listen—briefly, I take what many call a presuppositional approach to apologetics, although I sort of despise the term for two reasons: It almost begs to be misconstrued (even...

My approach to apologetics

My approach to apologetics

A recent question from a reader of mine sparked the idea that it may be time to bring up the issue of apologetics methodology again… Here is something insightful that my friend Jonathan had to say: I see then the value of tearing down false authorities which compete...

Be Kind. No, like, Actually.

Be Kind. No, like, Actually.

We often see t-shirts, signs, and other paraphernalia promoting biblically based concepts… That have been ripped entirely of their biblical context and used to promote unbiblical ideas. While this is unfortunate, it happens ALL the time. What can be done? Promoting...

Disagreement on the merits…not the man

Disagreement on the merits…not the man

Today’s is a fairly simple lesson in logic and careful thinking. Doesn’t it frustrate the living daylights out of you when someone lambasts a person for what they believe instead of dealing carefully with their belief itself? Now, to be sure… There is a time and a...

What we love, we’ll defend

What we love, we’ll defend

When we really love something, it’s not hard to defend it. For example: Your family. Wouldn’t you defend your family if they were being falsely accused or afflicted? Your freedom. When push comes to shove, many of us stand and fight for the freedom we enjoy here in...

The Bible and Phenomenology

The Bible and Phenomenology

To the extent possible, I want you to place yourself in the shoes of the ancient Hebrew writer. You have no “modern” scientific knowledge. You don’t know that stars are balls of gas. You don’t know how big the world really is, etc. (That is NOT to say they were...

Mark and Avoid

Mark and Avoid

Yesterday, I released a podcast episode about creationist cancel culture. I figured I would follow up with some thinking around the concept of marking and avoiding false teachers, as we’re instructed to do in Romans 16:17. It says this: Now I beseech you, brethren,...

Meet Steve

Meet Steve

Hi, I’m Steve, an author, speaker, and Bible teacher with a heart for exploring God’s Word and God’s world.

I’m interested in the surprising connection between creation, theology, business, and storytelling. We explore those themes and more on this blog.

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The Podcast

The Podcast