Knowing & Doing

Join us every two weeks for an audio article from Knowing & Doing, our quarterly teaching magazine, covering a wide variety of articles from nationally recognized leaders in discipleship, spirituality, theology, apologetics, and cultural analysis. ...more

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November 18, 2022 00:24:44
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Profile in Faith: Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981) is called by some the greatest preacher of the last century. He had an impact on many leaders of this generation. Learn more about his life and legacy in this audio production. Click here to read this full article. ...



November 04, 2022 00:19:12
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The Image of God in Light of Those with Severe Cognitive Disabilities

In 2002, Hammond’s youngest daughter Rebecca was born with severe cognitive disability. This created a crisis in the author’s faith which led him to the Scriptures to reconsider what it means for a human being to be made in the image of God. In this article, Hammond explains what he discovered and what it means for persons like his daughter and all human beings to be made in the image of God. He also discusses how individuals and churches can welcome families with a member who has severe cognitive disabilities. Read the full article here. Recommended Reading: It Has Not Yet Appeared What We Shall Be: A Reconsideration of the Imago Dei in Light of Those with Severe Cognitive Disabilities by George C. Hammond. P&R Publishing | Amazon ...



October 21, 2022 00:14:11
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Putting Together the Pieces of the Evangelism Puzzle

According to Randy Newman, evangelism could be viewed as slightly less difficult if we break it down into component parts. In this article, Newman breaks evangelism down to a few component skills: presenting a concise summary of the gospel, sharing your personal testimony, answering apologetic questions, asking stimulating questions and offering invitations. Read the full article here. ...



October 07, 2022 00:14:06
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Five Ways to Prove the Existence of God

Does God exist? How can we know? Humankind has wrestled with these questions for centuries. The influential philosopher Thomas Aquinas argued that the existence of God can be proved in five ways. Learn more in this recording of a classic message from one of the history's great thinkers. Aquinas helps us to see that God is the source of both the light of natural reason and the light of faith To read this article in the Knowing and Doing magazine, please click here. ...



September 23, 2022 00:14:37
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Joe Kohm: The Wisdom of Jane Eyre

Charlotte Brontë’s mid-nineteenth century novel Jane Eyre offers valuable life lessons for modern readers. The daughter of a clergyman, Brontë’s Christian faith influenced her writing, and the story of Jane Eyre offers wisdom on dignity, love, self-denial, and dealing with hardship and suffering. To read this article in the Knowing and Doing magazine, please click here. Recommend Resource: A Christian Guide to the Classics by Leland Ryken ...



September 09, 2022 00:15:39
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The Good Serves the Better and Both the Best - Part 3

In this final installment of the series, Michael Ward challenges us to reach out with the gospel by doing more than just promoting ideas or stating propositions. We need to engage the imaginations and affections of those we want to reach. Read this article online. Recommended Reading: The Cambridge Companion to C. S. Lewis (Cambridge Companions to Religion), edited by Robert MacSwain and Michael Ward (Cambridge University Press, 2010) ...