Jesus: Is He a Devil or Is He God?

By scottsauls | November 24, 2014

This is the third of four posts examining the question of whether Christianity is merely a nice philosophy for those who decide to accept it, or the truth that holds the universe together. If you haven’t seen them already, you may first want to take a look at the first and second posts of this series. […]

Giving Thanks for a Few “Secular” Testimonies

By scottsauls | November 23, 2014

In a time when many are talking about how millennials (and others) are saying goodbye to the church, I am thankful for expressions of the church that are responding to millennial concerns with a new (but really ancient, biblical and Jesus-like) way of being the church in the world. I am thankful for the growing […]

Harvard Atheists and Agnostics…Turned Christian?

By scottsauls | November 18, 2014

Previously, I wrote the first of what will become a handful of posts around the question of whether Christianity is merely a ‘nice philosophy’ adhered to by some, or whether it is actually true. I touched on a couple of anecdotes from Bono and Francis Schaeffer, both of whom expressed their own belief in the life, death, burial, […]

Is Christianity A ‘Nice Philosophy,’ Or Is It Actually True?

By scottsauls | November 13, 2014

I thought I would dedicate my next handful of blog entries to the question, Is Christianity a nice philosophy, or is it actually true? I don’t know about you, but I think it’s a bit disingenuous to give as entire seasons of the calendar to something I don’t actually believe in (i.e., Christmas, Easter, etc.). I’m […]