7 Reasons Why Doctrine Matters

Joining the bandwagon of resolution-ists, I have decided to make my reading more structured. I plan to be reading at least 3 books a month and with my impending 3 month anniversary in my pastoral calling, this week I’ll be reading Proclaiming a Cross-Centered Theology written by Mark Dever and others affiliated with The Gospel…

How Can the Christian Use Philosophy?

Philosophy as a Tool Like the beans and maize in an oven-placed, sizzling sufuria, so are the variety of ideas and thought forms in the world. Rather than being a place with a singular thread of all of its information, the university, in our globalizing reality, is a multi-verse. Such variety of ideas consumed my…

My Top Apologetics Books

10. Five Views on Apologetics Edited by Stanley N. Gundry This book provides a good survey of the different apologetics methods that can be used in the practice of Apologetics. What's better still is that there is a response at the end of each proposed method by another scholar, hence the word "counterpoints". William Lane Craig…

My Teachers . . .

True to the idea that we sit on the shoulder's of those who've gone before us, this Tanzanian proverb captures the sentiments of this post: "Kama ukikataa la mkubwa, utatembea kutwa nzima." (Translated from Ngoreme) It basically holds the idea that if one fails to hear the elders (although they are just as human), one…