Apologetics, Book Review

“Mere Christianity” by C. S. Lewis—A Book Review

Mere Christianity is Lewis’ attempt to explain and defend the common beliefs among Christians (across denominations) to non-Christians. Thus, mere Christianity refers to the basics that all who profess to be Christians agree. Lewis has four topics in this book, which were originally talks given on the radio. In Book 1, Lewis argues for right… Continue reading “Mere Christianity” by C. S. Lewis—A Book Review

Personal Reflection

Is Critical Thinking Anti-Faith? — Part 2

Critical thinking is an essential skill that every person should have. A critical thinker asks questions and evaluates the reasoning behind statements and conclusions to give him keen discernment in decision making and forming viewpoints on important life issues. Thinking critically guards a person against forming beliefs that are based on weak or even false… Continue reading Is Critical Thinking Anti-Faith? — Part 2

Personal Reflection

Is Critical Thinking Anti-Faith? — Part 1

Critical thinking is an important tool used to evaluate an argument. One of the traits of a critical thinker is being open to other arguments by listening to alternative conclusions. What should a Christian do when critical thinking threatens his faith in the Gospel and the authenticity of the Scripture itself? If critical thinkers base… Continue reading Is Critical Thinking Anti-Faith? — Part 1