Author Archive: Brent Buttler

Preventing (and Solving) the Polarization Problem

Preventing (and Solving) the Polarization Problem

By Brent Buttler – I hate to say it, but sometimes the church can have striking similarities with the current U.S. Congress. Thankfully, there is a solution to that problem.

 
 

Christianity's Misguided Battle with Atheism and Secularism

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  By Brent Buttler – Christianity's ongoing battle with atheism and secularism is not only misguided, but also not what God intended for His church. recently heard a story about the evangelist Billy Graham. What piqued my interest was how almost overnight he transitioned from relative unknown to household name. One day in 1949 he showed up to the tent […]

 
 

How Much Do We Really Care?

How Much Do We Really Care?

Many people want those who do wrong to be brought to justice, but often neglect the greater need of those same people being brought to Jesus. efore fugitive former police officer Christopher Dorner died under siege in a burning cabin at Big Bear last week, a friend of mine said that he hoped Dorner would be brought to justice, but more […]

 
 

BOOK REVIEW: First Person Account Challenges Attitudes Leading to Rwanda Genocide

BOOK REVIEW: First Person Account Challenges Attitudes Leading to Rwanda Genocide

By Brent Buttler – BOOK: I'm Not Leaving  (2011) AUTHOR:  Carl Wilkens n his first person account of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, Carl Wilkens challenges the reader to not only end genocide, but also the selfish attitude that leads to it.Genocide, to those familiar with the term it brings to mind stories and pictures we would rather forget.  Yet we […]

 
 

Of Freedom and Squeaky Wheels

Of Freedom and Squeaky Wheels

If anyone had an excuse to complain it would have been Him because being God, He had the unusual position of always being right.