Think Deeply. Live Biblically.

I haven’t been blogging recently. There are a lot of reasons why. First, Windy and I had a baby! Babies take A LOT of time. Second, our business (Artios Academies and Artios Outpost) have also been growing like crazy. However, the biggest reason I took a break was because:

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I was lacking focus for the blog. So I stopped.

I always knew that I would return to blogging, but I wanted to have focus. But what was I to focus on? After much thought, I decided to focus on my passion. I have a burning passion to teach the next generation to think deeply and live biblically. I have been teaching a worldview class for the past seven years through Artios Academies. It is by far my favorite class and I always look forward to it.  I love to hear my students thoughts. I love to get to know how they think. Most importantly, I LOVE being able to point them to the Bible.

I have a passion to teach the next generation to think deeply and live biblically. 

So that’s what this blog is going to be about. I am going to write about thinking deeper, about how to discern and understand the various philosophies in today’s world. But most importantly, I going to write about how to look to the Bible for our worldview. So, how will this work?

POSTING THREE TIMES A WEEK:

I will be posting three times a week. Right now I think I will be posting on TuesdayThursday, and Saturday, but that might change. There will be two types of posts.

  • Contemporary Matters | This will be the primary post. I will look at pop culture, christian culture, philosophy, and politics/economics from a biblical worldview.
  • What I’m Reading | This will be a secondary post. I will post what I’ve been reading in the blog world, news, and books that I think might be helpful.

BLOG MISSION STATEMENT: To teach the next generation to think deeply and live biblically. 

BLOG GOAL: My goal is to write insightful and relevant content that will help the next generation to think deeply, live biblically, and see the world through the lens of Scripture.

BLOG DOCTRINAL STATEMENT:

  • Scripture (66 books of the bible) is the inspired, infallible, and sufficient word of God.
  • All have sinned and fall short of the Glory of God.
  • Christ alone is where hope and salvation is found.

Obviously I have many more beliefs about many different doctrines; however, these are the basics from which I will be writing this blog.

I hope that you will join me as I begin this new blog. If you find this content helpful, please feel free to share/repost so that it might help others as well. I would also like to invite your feedback as I begin writing and I would love it if you left your thoughts in the comment sections below each post.

 

 

John Lane is a worldview teacher and curriculum writer at Artios Academies. He has a passion for teaching the next generation to think deeply and live biblically. He currently resides in Atlanta, GA with his wife, Windy, and his daughter, Riley.