The GCU Blogs Network has posted a wide variety of blogs to Living Faith, presented by the College of Theology, and they have become increasingly popular this spring. Whether it be about GCU’s degree programs in Christian studies or advice on trusting in God’s plan, these blogs provide insightful information for our readers who are interested in theology.
In case you missed them, here are some of our readers’ favorite blog posts in 2016.
If you are passionate about ministry, you may have considered earning a degree in Christian studies. This post will walk you through the variety of emphases that Christian studies majors can choose from at GCU.
Critics of the Bible sometimes point to 1 Kings 7:23 as evidence that the Bible cannot be trusted. However, in this post, College of Theology faculty member Jeff Jibben shows how the Bible is trustworthy both historically and theologically.
In this blog, College of Theology faculty member Matt Hampton describes the concept of a scapegoat and where it originates from. He then goes on to apply this concept to Christianity today by reminding us of the importance of showing mercy to others. After all, Christ showed us His amazing mercy by sacrificing Himself on the cross for our sins.
On February 22, GCU welcomed acclaimed speaker and author Dr. John Lennox to discuss Christian engagement in the public square in his “Against the Flow” presentation. Check out this post to learn about Dr. Lennox’s insightful analysis on issues in today’s culture.
Do you ever find it hard to accept God’s plan? This post by GCU College of Theology faculty member Bob Greene discusses the importance of putting our trust in God, even when things don’t seem to go our way.
Interested in reading more? Be sure to check out Living Faith, presented by the College of Theology. To learn more about earning a theology degree from GCU, visit our website.
Written by Lauren Abraham, a senior earning a communication degree from GCU.
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Grand Canyon University. Any sources cited were accurate as of the publish date.