Providence for the Post-Apocalypse
If your sense of security has been threatened by the current crisis, maybe that’s a good thing. Times like these bring clarity. When Christians in the past experienced days like this, they learned a valuable lesson that we have largely forgotten. It’s time to recover the Bible’s doctrine of divine providence.
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J. Mark Bertrand (Faculty @Worldview Academy)
J. Mark Bertrand is a “major crime fiction talent” according to the Weekly Standard, which compares his three novels––Back on Murder, Pattern of Wounds, and Nothing to Hide––with the work of Michael Connelly and Ian Rankin. Mark’s nonfiction book Rethinking Worldview is taught in university and seminary classrooms, and is the basis for a number of his lectures. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Houston, and has lectured on theology and culture for more than a decade at Worldview Academy. Mark and his wife Laurie live in South Dakota, where he is a pastor of a church in Sioux Falls.