Recently, a friend asked if it was hard to find people to partner with Eternity financially. He explained that most of his friends had to pay off their own college educations, and they likely believe our students should do the same. He also observed that today’s donors are less...
In a previous post, I argued that we can and should approach “unspiritual” topics like political science and botany as worthwhile subjects for Christian consideration. As Cornelius Plantinga, Jr. points out, “The learned person has…more to be Christian with.”  Every subject of inquiry carries the potential for worship and...
Eternity Bible College exists for several reasons; one of them is to provide a quality, life-transforming education at a price that students are able to afford so they can graduate debt-free.  We are committed to this because we believe student debt is deadly.  How many dreams of serving God...
I’m currently at the Desiring God national conference in Minneapolis (MN), and I’m reminded once again that God enlists both our hearts and our minds for radical service in his kingdom. There’s been a growing anti-intellectualism in the Evangelical church. It’s been a disease that’s hindered the church for the...
Houston...We Have a ProblemCurrent research shows that younger generations are departing from the church at an alarming rate. Not surprisingly, the same studies reveal an increasing belief that the Bible is outdated and has little bearing on real life.  To continue on the current...
A. W. Tozer famously said, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” John Frame widens that thought to extend to literally everything: “The most important fact about anything in the world is its relationship to God's lordship.” Frame intends...
Eternity Bible College has just rolled out one the most exciting tools we’ve ever created. I’m going to share briefly about it here and offer it to you at a discount, but first the rationale. Every Christian has a responsibility to know God, to study his word, and to help...
When Francis Schaeffer looked at our modern society, he saw a lot of apathy. He would trace the ebb and flow of Western Civilization, highlighting achievements, revolutions, and the longings of mankind. Many idealists, revolutionaries, and power-hungry people have changed the course of history—some for better, some for worse....
In honor of the launch of our Fall semester, I’m going to explore an interesting phenomenon: plagiarism. Few will be surprised to learn the truth. Christian students plagiarize, whether they attend public or private colleges, secular or Christian universities. I find the psychology behind the urge to cheat fascinating, but...
In the last post, I mentioned that I’m finishing up a book titled Paul and Judaism Revisited, which compares Paul’s understanding of salvation with the Dead Sea Scrolls. So I thought I’d back up a bit and give a layperson’s overview to two things: (1) what are the Dead Sea...
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