Faith & Love is a resource about experiencing cultural and personal spiritual reformation in the 21st century.
Today while on Twitter (which I do spend too much time on), I came across a post by Katelyn Beaty. Here is what she said:
I’ll be exploring how the Bible can help writers discover their unique voice at the Christian Writing Fair at Rosebank Union Church, Johannesburg. It’s going to be a fantastic day with some excellent workshops and speakers!
Surely God would have it that we should pursue being good? Isn’t that what he wants? No.
Thomas Jay Oord offers up a new solution to the problem of evil. Does he offer a healthy view of God and life, though?
My new book will be free on my website, but also available for purchase on multiple platforms, from 3 Feb.
I found myself really enjoying Hemingway’s book, The Old Man and the Sea.
Being an indie author in South Africa is really tough work. You spend your life hearing a lot of, “Yeah, I still need to read
Is the recent debacle between Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille and The Cape Times a case of media freedom, or media impropriety?
Can we be happy when we’re single? How much is marriage our decision and our effort, and how much do we leave up to God to decide? And what the heck do we do about staying pure during the wait? Your Single Happiness looks to answer these questions and more.
Perfect love. The phrase that changed everything.
I ask Lauren Beukes, well-known South African author: “How do you get a good literary agent in South Africa?”
My article, as featured in The Star newspaper (24 September 2014) on whether we need God for morality.
The debate was great but some core issues were not addressed.
Why Eusebius McKaiser’s “No need to treat God with kid gloves” article is a perfect example of Apologetics gone wrong
Well-known radio personality, political commentator, debater and philosophical lecturer Eusebius McKaiser published an article through The Star this morning entitled: “No need to treat God with kid gloves”. It’s the perfect example of apologetics gone wrong – atheist or Christian.
Does Christianity have any real power? Can Jesus really save us from our sin? Or is Christianity just about forgiveness and then trying as hard as you can not to do it again?
If you’ve battled with depression you know – modern ideas of success and happiness miss the point. Motivational clichés lack power. I think Robin Williams knew that.
A journey of many, many years comes to a solid foundation to work from. I don’t generally come to conclusions quickly when it comes to