Is Apologetics Enough?

Is apologetics enough?  As you can probably imagine, I hold the study of apologetics in high regards.  So much so that I started my own blog, website and podcast.  I spend a good portion of my free time offering evidence for the Christian worldview.   But as I’ve traveled down this path of learning and teaching apologetics, I’ve become Continue Reading

Of Elk And Men

Of elk and men.  The late comedian George Carlin used to have a portion of his act titled “Things you never hear people say”.  He would then rattle off several ironic or silly statements.  My favorite saying he would utter was “Do what you want to the girl, but leave me alone!” The thing that made this so Continue Reading

Believing Doesn’t Make It True

Believing Doesn’t make it true.  When I first became a Christian, I had no idea what I had just gotten myself into.  While I had become convinced of the truth of Christianity, I didn’t know what it meant to be a Christian.  I also had several misconceptions about what Christians ought to think or believe. And I was Continue Reading

I See Dead People

I see dead people. This was of course the famous line spoken by Haley Joel Osment in the movie “The Sixth Sense”.  The 1999 movie tells the story of a young boy that can see and communicate with dead people.   The Sixth Sense was nominated for 6 Academy awards and was the second highest grossing movie of 1999.   Continue Reading

A Different De-Conversion Story

A Different de-conversion story.  Today I was looking through my feed on Facebook and ran across a de-conversion story I found intriguing on many different levels.  We’ve shared several of these in recent weeks.  From Joshua Harris to Marty Sampson, it seems there’s been a string of people leaving the faith.  A Story With A Twist The post Continue Reading

Superseded Scientific Theories

Superseded Scientific Theories.  This may not be a term you are familiar with.  Simply put, these are ideas or theories that were widely accepted by scientists and have turned out to be incorrect.  In even simpler terms, the scientists got it wrong. Before anyone gets too upset, this is not a “Science Bashing” post.  I have a high regard Continue Reading

Truth or Consequences

Some of you may remember the game show, “Truth or Consequences”.  The program began on radio in 1940.  In 1957, the show made the jump to television where it was hosted by, among others, Bob Barker.  On the program, contestants were given roughly two seconds to answer a trivia question correctly (usually an off-the-wall question Continue Reading

The Tent Making Christianity Podcast #143: Joshua Harris Kisses Christianity Goodbye.

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Podcast, Drew and David Discuss Joshua Harris’ recent de-conversion from Christianity. Listen to our Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Musicor Stitcher.  Look for new Episodes every Tuesday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform?  Email us and we will add them to our distribution list.  You can also listen directly from Continue Reading

The Tent Making Christianity Podcast #140: Ancient African Religions

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Podcast, Drew and David discuss the movement towards ancient African religions. Link mentioned in the show: Jude3project.com Listen to our Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Musicor Stitcher.  Look for new Episodes every Tuesday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform?  Email us and we will add them to our distribution list. Continue Reading

Time Well Spent

Time Well Spent.  I’ve recently taken up wet shaving with a double edge safety razor.  I had always used a cartridge razor in the past.  I read an article on shaving with a DE safety razor and decided to give it a whirl.   Why Exactly? The original appeal was to save money on razor blades.  While I was happy Continue Reading