Sunday, 2 March 2014

Knowing and Doing (Spring 2014)

The Spring 2014 edition of Knowing & Doing – ‘A Teaching Quarterly for Discipleship of Heart and Mind’ – from the C.S. Lewis Institute is now available online (here as a pdf), and contains the following articles:

Philip Graham Ryken
C.S. Lewis on Holy Scripture
Philip Ryken, President of Wheaton College, describes Lewis’s understanding of the enormous importance of Scripture and how it is the foundation for understanding God.

Connally Gilliam
John Calvin and the Visual Arts: Duelling Cavaliers? Part One of a Two Part Series on the Arts and Theology
Those who see God’s beauty demonstrated through art will appreciate this article examining the distinctions Calvin intended in his critical writings about the visual arts.

Thomas A. Tarrants, III
True Conversion
Tom Tarrants continues to teach us about essential discipleship with this article on what true conversion truly means and looks like in our lives.

Joel S. Woodruff
I’m Smart, but I’m No C.S. Lewis: How Can I Intelligently Discuss My Faith With Others?
Joel Woodruff's article on conversational apologetics and evangelism will help pastors and others address this need.

David B. Calhoun
Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879): ‘Always, Only for My King’
The power of song and music to communicate God’s truth can be seen in David Calhoun’s article on the famous hymn writer, Frances Havergal.

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