Eugene H. Peterson's Under the Unpredictable Plant (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1992) is one of those books to which I keep returning to be challenged and yet encouraged. One of my favorite sections of the book is where he describes the novelist Chaim Potok's (1929–2002) lecture at Johns Hopkins in the 1980s. Potok's Jewish mother tried … Continue reading The Regenerated Heart
I often think of humanity as an arrogant man living in a beautiful mansion. This man didn't build this house. The Builder let him rent the entire house for free. But this haughty man claims that he doesn't see any evidence of the existence of the Builder and goes even further to say that the … Continue reading Where Is God?