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Todd Wood on "Surrender"
Blog Todd Wood on "Surrender"
Todd Wood has recently written an essay that reflects on the church’s attitude of surrender. As he has said in a [...]
Why Some Christian Schools Are Teaching Evolution
Blog Why Some Christian Schools Are Teaching Evolution
One of the reasons Jim Klima sent his son to Front Range Christian School (FRCS) in Littleton, Colorado, is that he knew the school taught that God created the earth in six days. After his son attended a symposium offered by the school where a proponent of evolution explained his views to students, Klima [...]
A Striking, Intelligent, and Respectful Dialog
Blog A Striking, Intelligent, and Respectful Dialog
Last fall, we participated in an event at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI, called Beyond the Creation Wars. It featured talks on origins from our partners Darrel Falk and Todd Wood as well as expanded conversation about their journey together in friendship. We stumbled on this blog post written by Andrews student [...]
Growing Virtuous Youth through an Origins Symposium
Blog Growing Virtuous Youth through an Origins Symposium
Students at Front Range Christian School in Littleton, Colorado prepped for months to participate in the all-day Origins Symposium that was held at their school in late January. They met in their weekly small groups to discuss faith-and-science questions, worked through [...]
Finding Our Limits
Blog Finding Our Limits
Many people undertake a practice of reflection during the holidays and in preparation for a new year. In that spirit, I took time to reflect on God’s blessings and provision here at The Colossian Forum over the past year.
Perhaps the greatest gift of 2016 is one that came as a surprise: our limits. Not that we’re s [...]
TCF at Bryan College
Blog TCF at Bryan College
TCF recently hosted the third in a forum series on the origins of human existence, this one held at the site of the Scopes Monkey Trial in Dayton, TN. The four-day event included a private gathering of scholars in related fields, as well as a public forum at the Rhea Count [...]