Spiritual Battles Won, Spiritual Battles Lost: Billy Graham and Charles Templeton

Charles Templeton was born in Canada. He came to Christ in 1936. By 1941 he was an evangelist and had founded a church. Templeton was part of a 1945 meeting at Winona Lake, Indiana, that led to the founding of Youth for Christ. Also at that meeting was Billy Graham. They became friends and associates, … Continue reading Spiritual Battles Won, Spiritual Battles Lost: Billy Graham and Charles Templeton

A Christian World-View and FBC Sutherland

In the light of such a horrible evil visited on the people of Sutherland, TX, especially the members of FBC Sutherland, what does the Christian faith have to offer? Is there something about a Christian world-view that is significantly different from other world views that provides a pathway to hope? Such horrific evil shocks and … Continue reading A Christian World-View and FBC Sutherland

Tone Deaf to the music of religious thought

Several decades ago John Jacobs, Distinguished Professor of the Humanities at Baylor University, observed that intellectualism was losing its ability to hear what he called the music of religious thought and practice. Now, all these years later, it has been virtually lost. It is not that Christian intellectuals are not around; they will not be … Continue reading Tone Deaf to the music of religious thought