Matthew Dickerson's books include works of spiritual theology and Christian apologetics as well as historical fiction, fantasy literature, explorations of the writings of C.S.Lewis and J.R.R.Tolkien, and books about trout fishing, fly fishing, rivers, and ecology. His recent books include: Disciple Making in a Culture of Power, Comfort, and Fear and The Voices of Rivers: Reflections on Places Wild and Almost Wild. He was a 2017 artist-in-residence at Glacier National Park. He lives in Vermont with his wife, dog, and cat, not far from three married sons, and is an active member of Memorial Baptist Church. Matthew is also a professor of computer science at Middlebury College in Vermont.
Suffering and the Pursuit of Power
Those who follow Christ are not immune to suffering, and can expect persecution.Read Post
Suffering, the Gospel, and Christian Witness
God’s word isn’t chained (even when his people are) and our endurance can help others to experience the saving work of Jesus Christ.Read Post