The other night, while listening to a Christian radio station in my car, a DJ was talking about Google’s Ngram viewer. Google’s Ngram viewer has digitized data from over 15 million works of literature. The DJ made an intriguing insight. He took the position that words communicate culture. His logic was that changes in culture can be seen by both the emergence and frequency of words used over various time periods. If we believe the adage that we tend to speak about those things which occupy our thoughts, wouldn’t that apply to what we write as well? Most likely, right? Continue reading
“Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1, NASB).
Whether we acknowledge it, we all possess faith. We all worship someone (e.g. ourselves) or something. For most of us—possibly all of us—we worship that which we perceive as truth; thereby, placing our faith in it. Our faith in that truth is what establishes our beliefs; subsequently, driving our actions.
How does it establish our beliefs?
Glad that you asked 😉 Continue reading
“If Jesus Christ conquered sin and death—and the empty tomb is proof He did—then there is no dark thing in your heart that He is not also able to defeat.” ~Paul David Tripp