Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. is the author of Evidence for the Bible and Christianity and Secularism (and some other books) as well as being the co-founder of Consider Christianity Week. He shared his testimony with me on YouTube.
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I will be continuing to post author testimonies through Holy Week and possibly beyond in commemoration of Consider Christianity Week, which actually ended yesterday. Nonetheless, this material is relevant any time. Today I post the written testimony of Nancy Petrey, author of Jewish Roots Journey, Why Christians Should Care about Their Jewish Roots, and The […]
Over the next two weeks, in commemoration of Consider Christianity Week, we will be posting video and text testimonies from our various authors and friends and coming to faith or about a significant transition in their faith. Elgin Hushbeck, the founder and sponsor of Consider Christianity Week has provided his online written testimony, but we […]
Energion Publications welcomes new author, Linda Estes, to the EP family, with her new book, Good Morning, Lord! One Minute Devotionals to Start Your Day in God’s Light. We know we need to spend time with our Lord every day but the tasks and distractions are many! We know that God can help us through the day and Linda […]
Dr. Thomas W. Hudgins is Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Capital Seminary and Graduate School in Washington, D.C. He is the author of Luke 6:40 and the Theme of Likeness Education in the New Testament and translator of Aprenda a leer el Griego del Nuevo Testamento and The Hidden Life of Jesus. Have […]
Daniel S. McGregor in his new book, Holy Dark Places: Wilderness and Exile in the Christian Experience. During our life journey as Believers, we may often feel as if God has left us alone and distanced Himself from us and our struggles. Trial and testing may only be seen in our rear view mirror as growth and […]
Inspiration: Hard Questions, Honest Answers is now available on iTunes.
‘Tis God who gives the skill, But not without [human] hands: [God] could not make Antonio Stradivari’s violins Without Antonio. -George Eliot (woman poet/writer) It is the strange paradox that our work is something we do; yet it is only a manifestation of God’s work in us, expressed in the Latin koan: orare est laborare […]
The Honeycomb Is Waiting is now available on Google Play. All Honeycomb ebooks are in full color.