Wally Metts | Loving God with your whole mind

Wally Metts

In a prescient sonnet, written long before Google and fake news, Edna St. Vincent Millay wrote Upon this gifted age, in its dark hour, Rains from the sky a meteoric shower Of facts … they lie unquestioned, uncombined. Wisdom enough to leech us of our ill Is daily spun; but there exists no loom To …Continue reading »

David L. McKenna | Christ and the College

Monograph No. 3 CHRIST AND THE COLLEGE The Integration of Faith and Learning This is an excerpt from “A Concept to Keep: a Concept for Christian Higher Education in the Wesleyan Tradition” from Spring Arbor University Press. Access the full book online via the White Library’s catalog. The Christian college is a continuing experiment in …Continue reading »

Charles White | Cogito Ergo Deus Est

Cogito ergo deus est: I think therefore God exists. Philosophy and history both show that atheists have no reason to trust reason, and that people who believe in reason should also believe in God. Philosophy shows that thoughts coming from chemical reactions are not to be trusted, but naturalism says all thoughts come from chemical …Continue reading »

David Goodnight | You and the Kingdom

If you’ve ever had the experience of climbing a high mountain, you know the challenges — physical and mental fatigue, lack of oxygen and high winds. I remember the first time I climbed Mt. Rainier. We faced high winds on what is called “Disappointment Cleaver,” a large rock outcropping at about 12,000 feet. It seemed …Continue reading »

Randy Hekman | Truth, National Revival, and You

Randy Hekman, Campus Commencement on May 17, 2014 Hekman serves as national director of the One Cry Movement, a part of Life Action Ministries of Buchanan, Mich., as well as president of Hekman Industries, LLC, which he formed in 1996. He previously worked to promote spiritual awakening in America through Healing America and was a …Continue reading »

Brent Ellis | Do Not Fear What They Fear

As we are beginning a new year, I want to tell you a story about a few years back when I was beginning my doctoral work at Indiana University. One of the first classes I took was on qualitative research, and the first words the professor spoke were these: “Christians are the most ignorant people …Continue reading »