As he is

An illustration in a 1916 edition of The Washington Post portrayed a group of Roman diners at a table with a large bowl beside each. The caption read, “The disgusting Roman custom known as the ‘vomitorium.’ After the banquet was over bowls were brought…

What do you know?

In an opinion piece1 published on the New York Times website, dated 26 March 2016—the day before Easter Sunday—William Irwin, professor of Philosophy at King’s College, contends that certainty about the existence of God is impossible. Instead of certainty, Irwin promotes “a state of…

The practicality of sovereignty

In Family Bible Hour recently, we had some discussion regarding the sovereignty of God and what it means practically to us. It struck me afresh during our discussion that our understanding of God’s sovereignty, or at least of its day-to-day implications, is often somewhat…