Apologetics: Relevant in Non-Western Cultures?

This is not an essay. This is not a well-researched article. This is only a random thought of a clueless man. As a student of the Bible, I’ve been spending several years reading and learning about Christian apologetics. Only recently have I observed that people in my circle (mostly Asian) rarely find the relevance of … More Apologetics: Relevant in Non-Western Cultures?

Tower of Babel: Adam’s Legacy, the World’s Failure, God’s Act of Redemption

Most Bible readers have heard of the story of the Tower of Babel. But, what is the significance of this story in the Bible? Is it just another story with no significant meaning? Or does it actually have a fitting place in Genesis? Let us examine it then! Picture: The painting Tower of Babel by … More Tower of Babel: Adam’s Legacy, the World’s Failure, God’s Act of Redemption

Motivation Revisited

A couple of weeks ago I asked one of my lecturers at Ridley College, Michael Bird, to guide me in my (long and difficult)¬†quest to become a Bible lecturer. He did not say much. He basically just said that it’s a noble profession but we always had to have the right motivation of doing it. … More Motivation Revisited