The Author

Louis Markos, professor in English and scholar in residence at Houston Baptist University, holds the Robert H. Ray Chair in Humanities. His 18 books include From Achilles to Christ (IVP), Apologetics for the 21st Century (Crossway), and Atheism on Trial (Harvest), which devotes a chapter to analyzing the Christian and non-Christian elements of Marcus Aurelius’s Meditations.

Why I Would Become a Stoic

If it could be proven that Christ didn’t rise from the dead, I would abandon Christianity and become a Stoic.

‘What’s the Time?’ Is a Christian Question

We need to speak to the moment of God’s

How (Not) to Make the Gospel Magnificent

Salvation means more than having our sins canceled; it

Alzheimer’s Locks Up Its Victims, but Christ Holds the Key

Nothing that really matters dies forever. We serve a

Trading Moral Outrage for Winsome Persuasion

We need to be filled with the gifts of