What keeps me believing, what holds my faith, is not the way I understand Scripture, but the fantastic way Scripture explains me to myself. I am particularly struck by the way Jesus, who amazes me every time I think of him, becomes personal to me as I read the Gospels and as I see his presence in the saints and the sinners around me. And, O yes, in God’s creation — those magnificent Sandhills, the Holy Land of Nebraska, icon of the near edge of eternity. — Jim Sire. Conclusion to “Chapter 11: A Final Apologetic: Why I Am Still a Christian” of Rim of the Sandhills (2012).Response: What “keeps you believing?” Does Sire’s testimony ‘strike a chord’ with you? Complete the sentence, “I am still a Christian because ______.” PS. Don’t miss
- Sire’s offer to dig into questions you have regarding worldview. If you have a question (or 2), post in the below comment section or email ESN via this link.
- Excerpt from “Rim of the Sandhills“
- Sire’s response to the questions from members of ESN: Is Atheism a Worldview? and “Is there still a place for propositional logic in apologetics or worldview studies?”