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Calvin Miller, author and Christ-lover, with the Lord

Calvin Miller, author and Christ-lover, with the Lord

Five days ago a friend and author, poet, artist, speaker and professor Calvin Miller exited this world and entered a better one.

Seeking to Reveal the Unseen

Seeking to Reveal the Unseen

I did an interview about my job as a writer with Clash, a website for Christian teens.

Novelist and Christ-Follower Stephen Bly Travels Home

Novelist and Christ-Follower Stephen Bly Travels Home

Stephen Bly, a true cowboy, a gentleman, and an award-winning writer of westerns, went Home to his Lord Jesus at age 66 on Thursday, June 9, after a five year battle with cancer.

Writing as Ministry First, Vocation Second

Writing as Ministry First, Vocation Second

By viewing writing as a ministry first and a vocation only second, I remind myself it's not about me, it's about Him.

C.S. Lewis's Influence on My Life and Writing, part 2

C.S. Lewis's Influence on My Life and Writing, part 2

In my last blog, I wrote about one of my three pilgrimages to Oxford. Each visit I’ve pondered what Lewis wrote: “You must picture me alone in that room in Magdalen…I gave in and admitted that God was God, and knelt and prayed: perhaps that night, the most dejected and reluctant convert in all of England.”

C. S. Lewis’s Influence on my Life and Writing, part 1

C. S. Lewis’s Influence on my Life and Writing, part 1

Those who have read my books know that all of them have been touched in one way or another by C.S. Lewis, because ultimately the books we write are the overflow of the books we’ve read.

What do you want readers to take away from If God Is Good?

What do you want readers to take away from If God Is Good?

Unbelievers and believers have the same heart-cry in response to evil and suffering: “Something's terribly wrong.” We know we were made for something far better. But our heart-cry itself is revealing—why do we expect more or hope for more? 

God’s Redemptive Purposes for Evil and Suffering

God’s Redemptive Purposes for Evil and Suffering

The stronger our concept of God and Heaven, the more we understand how Heaven resolves the problem of evil and suffering. The weaker our concept of God and Heaven, the stronger our doubt that Heaven will more than compensate for our present sufferings.

 
What is the problem of goodness?

What is the problem of goodness?

While atheists routinely speak of the problem of evil, they usually don’t raise the problem of goodness. But if evil provides evidence against God, then shouldn’t goodness count as evidence for him? And wouldn’t that be evidence against atheism?

If God Is Good Releases Today, September 15

If God Is Good Releases Today, September 15

Today, September 15, is the release date of my new book If God Is Good. I hope you’ve had the chance to read some of the excerpts from the book that have been posted over the last few weeks.

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