AUTHOR & SPEAKER
ROBERT SNITKO is a pastor, author, and ministry leader who hails from Chicago, IL. Currently, Robert serves as a pastor in central Wisconsin. Robert has studied at Moody Bible Institute (BA), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (MA), Princeton Theological Seminary (Cert.), & Liberty University (DMin). He has also authored 3 books. Robert has spoken at school chapels, churches, retreats, & on podcasts.
ROBERT SNITKO’S BOOKS
- Lamb of GodToday is Christmas day. Historically, Christmas is the celebration of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ who entered into this world as a baby. This celebration is one that acknowledges that God Himself—embodied the very human nature that we possess—in order that we may be saved. As I reflect on Christmas and its trueContinue reading “Lamb of God”
- Kant on Treating Humanity as an End-In-ItselfAn observation of Tom Hill’s excerpt in The Oxford Handbook of Ethical Theory on Kant’s approach to treating humanity as an end-in-itself. Specifically, how Kant’s moral philosophy influences Christianity. It is evident that Christianity is rooted in the Holy Scriptures, thus all that it means to be a Christian is clear cut in the text.Continue reading “Kant on Treating Humanity as an End-In-Itself”
- Book Review: A New Perspective on JesusThis book review can also be found at Stained Glass Collective. In the book New Perspective on Jesus: What the Quest for the Historical Jesus Missed, James D. G. Dunn attempts to distinguish the Jesus of history and the Jesus of faith. Attempting to unravel the tension between the two, Dunn helps the reader understand how theContinue reading “Book Review: A New Perspective on Jesus”
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