Augustine on Faith, Seeking, and Reason (Peters)

I've always enjoyed reading Augustine. I also enjoy hearing others explain Augustine's views and thoughts. One such example is James Peters, The Logic of the Heart: Augustine, Pascal, and the Rationality of Faith. I was skimming over the first section again today and saw this quote I had highlighted. I hope you enjoy it as… Continue reading Augustine on Faith, Seeking, and Reason (Peters)

Faith, Reason, Evidences (Zacharias)

I always appreciate Ravi Zacharias' lectures and books. He always spoke and wrote with such love and concern for people and it was balanced well with presenting the truths of the Christian faith in an "apologetic" way (as in defending the faith). Here's a section I was reading today from his book, The Logic of… Continue reading Faith, Reason, Evidences (Zacharias)

Jesus: A Contentless Banner?? (Schaeffer)

 Many Christians have noted a dichotomy in modern thought.  On the upper level is value; on the bottom level is fact.  On the upper level is faith; on the bottom level is reason.  On the upper level is religion; on the bottom level is science.  On the upper level it is non-rational; on the bottom… Continue reading Jesus: A Contentless Banner?? (Schaeffer)

Faith in Faith? (Schaeffer)

 Many people today talk about the need for faith.  "You just gotta have faith" is Hallmark card spirituality, as if faith is some kind of inner strength that will get you through hard times.  Diagnosed with a serious illness?  Just believe, and you'll make it.  Have a mountain in life to climb?  Have faith -… Continue reading Faith in Faith? (Schaeffer)

The Blind Faith of Naturalism (Colson)

Growing up, I remember overhearing Chuck Colson's "Breakpoint" from my mom's kitchen radio.  Sometimes I would stop and listen.  I grew to appreciate his commentary, even though I didn't always agree with all of it.  Here's part of a previously unpublished memo of Colson's from around 10 or 15 years ago: It never ceases to… Continue reading The Blind Faith of Naturalism (Colson)