COMING SOON: “Veggie Tales Conspiracy Theories”

By Lane Noble Unfortunately, the book review that I had set out to do will not happen for awhile because some things have come up that are competing for my time. However, I do want to keep writing, and on the day that this post is published I decided to do a certain type ofContinue reading “COMING SOON: “Veggie Tales Conspiracy Theories””

How Serious Should We Be About Abortion?

By Lane Noble I can’t think of a better time to write this message that I have on my mind on the abortion debate. After all, we do seem to be at a crossroads when it comes to the issue of abortion because of the new law that Texas has passed concerning abortions in theContinue reading “How Serious Should We Be About Abortion?”

Coming Soon: Blogging Through “Letting Go of God” by Julia Sweeney

By Lane Noble I’ve been wanting to blog through a book for awhile now, and I think that I have now found the time to do it. It’s a lot easier to just read through a book and think through it yourself. However, I’ve benefited quite a bit from commenting on various works. Thus farContinue reading “Coming Soon: Blogging Through “Letting Go of God” by Julia Sweeney”

Why We Need to Promote More Women in Christian Apologetics

By Lane Noble Apologetics can be defined as presenting a rational defense of the Christian faith. The field has truly grown over the years. Not only has there been more work done in the academic arena of apologetics, but accessibility to apologetics information has grown significantly. This kind of growth is something that we needContinue reading “Why We Need to Promote More Women in Christian Apologetics”

Listen to Me and Keith Stout on “Diverse Unity”

Jesus prayed before His death this before He died in John 17:20-21, “I do not ask for these only, but also for those who will believe in me through their word, that they may all be one, just as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, that they also may be in us,Continue reading “Listen to Me and Keith Stout on “Diverse Unity””

Sisters and Brothers, These Idols Have No Place in the Church: A Warning to Evangelicals

By Lane Noble I want you to picture a church building. You have that picture in your head? Great. Now, I want you to imagine the pastor of this church preaching. Got it? Alright. Now this particular pastor is a faithful preacher. He is preaching the Word of God so obediently and articulately that everyoneContinue reading “Sisters and Brothers, These Idols Have No Place in the Church: A Warning to Evangelicals”

Responding to Famous Atheists: Part One

By Lane Noble I haven’t had very much time to write lately, and now that summer is rolling around and I seem to have more time on my hands, I’ve decided to get back on it. Now, I started this blog mainly so that I could improve in my writing, and one of the areasContinue reading “Responding to Famous Atheists: Part One”

Four Reasons My Life Has Been Better Without Social Media

By Lane Noble Around two months ago, I slowly weaned myself off of social media. Keep in mind that this is something that I’ve had since I was eleven years old. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that an eleven year old should not be on social media at all. It’s not a placeContinue reading “Four Reasons My Life Has Been Better Without Social Media”

The Pandemic In Hindsight: The Benefits of COVID-19 (Part 2)

By Lane Noble In my last post, I discussed three benefits of the Coronavirus-2019 pandemic that we would do well to take note of. However, there were so many that I wanted to highlight, that I am splitting this up into a three part series highlighting and drawing out the many benefits of this historicalContinue reading “The Pandemic In Hindsight: The Benefits of COVID-19 (Part 2)”

The Pandemic in Hindsight: The Benefits of COVID-19 (Part 1)

By Lane Noble I walked out of my bedroom and saw that my mother had just come home. She was still in her work clothes and was clearly worn out from teaching first graders all day. “Well,” she said, “we’re out of school for the next three weeks.” “Really?” I said in a surprised tone.Continue reading “The Pandemic in Hindsight: The Benefits of COVID-19 (Part 1)”

Secular Outcasts: The Marginalized Demographic That Christians Can Help

By Lane Noble The major “threats” to Christianity during the early two thousands came from a movement known as “the New Atheists.” This movement aimed to eradicate religion through “education” and the spread of “reason and critical thinking.” They were successful to some extent. The book sales from famous authors such as Richard Dawkins andContinue reading “Secular Outcasts: The Marginalized Demographic That Christians Can Help”

Les Miserables: The Beauty That God Works Through

By Lane Noble When I was fourteen years old, my English teacher took my class to go see the stage version of Les Miserables. At the time, no one in our grade new of this life changing story. Nor did we really care to. As far as we were concerned this was just another fieldContinue reading “Les Miserables: The Beauty That God Works Through”

Why Moderation Breeds Hopelessness (and how to stop it from happening)

By Lane Noble In an episode of Family Guy, the daughter, Meg, is persuaded to convert to Christianity by actor and evangelist Kirk Cameron. As a result of her conversion, she tries to convert her family. “Meg,” Her mother, Lois Griffin, says. “I’m glad you found something to have faith in, but there’s such aContinue reading “Why Moderation Breeds Hopelessness (and how to stop it from happening)”