Posted by: BibleScienceGuy | September 17, 2014

6. Recommended Resources – Christianity, Culture, & Vocation

Engage the culture: society needs the voice of Christians

Engage the culture: society needs the voice of Christians

Is the Bible applicable to daily life? Can it help with the everyday problems of relationships, family, and jobs? Here are resources that focus on applying the Bible to life.

This is the last article in a series covering these six categories of
Recommended Resources:
1. Creation Science
2. Creation Science For Kids
3. Creation Museums
4. Intelligent Design
5. Apologetics
6. Christianity, Culture, & Vocation

Each resource is accompanied by a brief description of what it provides. Listing of a resource simply means the resource has significant value. It does not mean that I endorse everything in it.

6. Christianity, Culture, & Vocation

Albert Mohler’s Blog
Dr. R. Albert Mohler is president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, the flagship school of the Southern Baptist Convention and one of the largest seminaries in the world. called Mohler the “reigning intellectual of the evangelical movement in the U.S.” He comments on contemporary issues from a consistent and explicit Christian worldview.

Timeless truths for 21st century living…
David Dunbar’s blog applies the Word of God to a right view of the church, sound doctrine, and its practical application to everyday life. Reformed and conservative.

Thinking Christian
Tom Gilson’s blog encourages Christians to think deeply and well about faith and life and evangelism, with emphasis on science, culture, and ethics.

A compendium of articles, information, and book reviews focused on commentary on the contemporary church and its interaction with the surrounding culture.

Wintery Knight
Integrates Christian faith with knowledge in the public square. Analyzes fiscal, social and foreign policy from a Christian worldview.

The Constructive Curmudgeon
A forum for reflection on culture, ethics, philosophy, and theology by Douglas Groothuis, Professor of Philosophy at Denver Seminary.

Cranach: The Blog of Veith
This is Gene Edward Veith‘s blog. In the spirit of Lucas Cranach, it discusses wide-ranging issues of Christianity and culture, with a Lutheran twist.

How Should We Then Live?
This is Francis Schaeffer’s 10-part video series detailing his analysis of the rise and decline of western thought and culture. This page has links to YouTube videos for the series.

Soli Deo Gloria.

This is the last of a series of six blog posts on Recommended Resources.
Read the prequels:
1. Recommended Resources – Creation Science
2. Recommended Resources – Creation Science for Kids
3. Recommended Resources – Creation Museums
4. Recommended Resources – Intelligent Design
5. Recommended Resources – Apologetics

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©William T. Pelletier, Ph.D.
“contending earnestly for the faith”
“destroying speculations against the knowledge of God”
(Jude 1:3; 2 Cor 10:4)
Wednesday September 17, 2014 A.D.

For the LORD is a great God, and a great King above all gods, in whose hand are the depths of the earth. The peaks of the mountains are His also. The sea is His, for it was He who made it; and His hands formed the dry land. Come, let us worship and bow down. Let us kneel before the LORD our Maker. (Psalm 95:3-6)


  1. I’m behind on my blog reading, but I’m looking forward to reading your previous posts on Recommended Resources. I appreciate the blogs you’ve listed as well.


  2. Lots of hard work has gone into this research!


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