R. Greg Grooms

Greg Grooms lives with his wife Mary Jane in Hill House, a large home across the street from the University of Texas in Austin, where they regularly welcome students to meals, to warm hospitality, to ask questions, and to seriously wrestle with the proposition that Jesus is actually Lord of all.

The Lives of Others (Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, 2006)


How do you feel when you see or hear something beautiful? Not a leaf-in-the-wind kind of beauty, but extraordinary beauty? In The Architecture of…

Crash (Paul Haggis, 2004)


One of the more delightful parts of my work as a campus minister at the University of Texas at Austin is watching films with…

How to Stay Christian in College (J. Budziszewski, 1999)


The irony of the title of J. Budziszewski’s book, How to Stay Christian in College is not lost on the author. After all, why…

Darwin’s Black Box (Michael Behe, 1996)


The argument from design is one the oldest for the existence of God. It deduces the existence of a Designer-God from the evidence for…