As pandemic restrictions continue, members of the Society of Christian Philosophers were asked a few months ago to provide suggestions on ways to bring their content to a wider audience. In addition to their first-rate journal Faith & Philosophy, I suggested they consider adding a YouTube channel to reach a broader audience. Now this resource is available so …[ continue reading ]

Vincent Van Gogh is a man for whom Proverbs 14:10 was written. “Each heart knows its own bitterness and no one else can share its joy.” We all “suffer for our sanity,” but I suspect Van Gogh suffered more than many. Of all the impressionists, Monet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne and Manet, et al. it is Van Gogh who is my favorite. I know he is classified as a post-impressionist, but[ continue reading ]

God’s Love: A Bible Storybook by Champ Thorton and Positive Action for Christ. A lot is packed into this for just $3.99. My grandson is soaking it all in. It’s faithful to the inspired text, teaches children the biblical storyline, and very well done. Each story is read dynamically and just the right amount to keep the attention of a 4 to 5-year-old. There are 120 illustrated stories and a[ continue reading ]