Author Archives: Dana Dill

About Dana Dill

I am a happy slave to Jesus, thankful husband to Chawna, delighted daddy to Daisy Jane & Penny Lane. I teach at Capo Valley Christian School & Biola University. I'm here on assignment (Acts 20:24).

How the Bible is Like & Unlike Every Other Book

Kevin Vanhoozer: (The Bible) is like every other book because it has human authors. It is unlike every other book because (1) it has God for its ultimate author; (2) it has God (Jesus Christ) as its ultimate content; (3) … Continue reading

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Life is Impossible Without Faith

Ben Myers: In North Africa toward the end of the fourth century, Augustine pointed out that life would be impossible without trust. Most of the things we know about the world are really things we believe on the basis of … Continue reading

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Love Her! Love Her!

If you are a Christian man who is married and in a position of leadership, I encourage you to humbly and carefully listen to this exhortation from John Piper. Here I am speaking directly to men who are husbands and … Continue reading

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The Time I Was Rebuked to Trust Jesus By Reading Harry Potter

I am currently reading through Harry Potter for the first time (and loving it). In The Order of the Pheonix (the book I am currently reading), I was struck by the rebuke that the cranky Phineas Nigellius gave to Harry … Continue reading

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Why Did My Family Join a Church Plant?

If you follow any of my social media handles, you probably know my wife and I have recently become members of a church plant in my hometown, San Clemente, California. Our journey to church planting hasn’t been quick, but the … Continue reading

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The Danger of ‘Active Christianity’

Take a moment and allow a heart check-up. James Houston: This century is possibly the first one in which action has been emphasized and valued more than contemplation. Today we do things. We think contemplation wastes time, produces nothing, and … Continue reading

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Several Bible Reading Plans for 2018

Alright, let’s talk about reading the whole Bible in 2018. But first, before we start with the various plans, allow a few preliminary words. First, here are a few reasons reading all the Bible in 2017 should excite you. Second, … Continue reading

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