God in the Details: Luke, Apologetics and Spiritual Formation: Part III

Having heard the grumbling of the Pharisees and scribes, because he was welcoming tax collectors and sinners into fellowship, Jesus addressed their complaining by telling them three stories. Because our Bibles are generally divided by chapter and verse, it’s easy to look at each story as an isolated event, which at some level, is true. […]

Luke, Apologetics, and Spiritual Formation: Part II

Recently, I spoke about the apologist’s need for continuing spiritual formation while pursuing their life’s work. Of course, it’s not just the apologist who should be concerned about this. Socrates was right, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” The development of our character touches on all of life’s relationships for better or worse. While […]