“What do you mean by ‘Serious Christianity’?”

This is our term for an approach to the Christian faith that applies itself to every dimension of life, not just the religious. Read more.

Home Page for Studies in

Serious Christianity

Our Mission:

To investigate, communicate, and impart to others a Christian worldview

to the end of making true disciples of Jesus Christ

"That in everything Christ might be preeminent"

Colossians 1:18

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Welcome to the redesigned, refocused

Serious Christian


After months of dormancy, the Serious Christian Institute has risen again.

We apologize to those who may have been incovenienced because our previously published materials have been so long out of reach.

Frankly, right now most of them still are out of reach. The directory to the right is still for the most part a list of rooms waiting to be filled. Your patience is appreciated.

It's going to take some time, but soon this ark will be filled again with articles and items both old and new.  Keep checking back--and thanks for visiting!

Pardon the 'dust.' We're still under (re)construction.


Serious Christian Blog

Quick & current commentary, links


A selection of short writings by Garry D. Nation covering various topics in biblical, theological, and worldview studies.  Some previously published, some scholarly, some informal.  Plus articles by guest authors.


Talks, sermons, and lectures by Garry D. Nation, along with some others, including Dr. Nation's long-running "Insight" Bible class.


Some things can be said better in lines  of verse than in paragraphs of prose.  None dare call it poetry.  Includes an exclusive review of the contemporary oratorio Savior, along with an original narration.


Here are links to some resources that may be useful and valuable for anyone who takes Christianity seriously.

About Us

Who is Garry D. Nation and what is Serious Christian Ministries?  Find out here.


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Did Jesus Become God in A.D. 325?

Novelist Dan Brown proposed that thesis in his 2003 blockbuster thriller The Da Vinci Code, but he was neither the first nor the last to do so.

The Council of Nicea (A.D. 325) was truly a momentous event in the history of Christianity, and crucial decisions were made that affected its direction forever. But did it really decide by fiat that certain books would be Scripture and that Jesus is God?

What really happened at Nicea? The fiction writer claims to tell us the "true" story, but how does it square with the facts. Read about it here.