Are some aspects of morality relative or is it all objective?
One thing I love doing is encouraging others to get into the game. It is common to have a fear of evangelizing, speaking, blogging, podcasting, or simply sharing our Christian convictions. What most people don't know is that I came... Continue Reading →
So much of what we believe today was first hammered out by Christians that came before us. In fact, after reading the newest book, Classic Christian Thinkers by Kenneth Samples of Reasons to Believe, I was reminded at how even some apologetic... Continue Reading →
I don't think this question is an either/or question. Check out my response.
Who are some of the great Christian thinkers that have impacted your Christian life? Are any of them more than a few hundred years old? Kenneth Samples, a senior research scholar at Reasons to Beleive, joined me to discuss his... Continue Reading →
I recently came across the following on Twitter. Men passing laws on abortion makes as much sense as the Amish passing laws on cybersecurity. pic.twitter.com/uJSUN9sVB4 — The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) May 25, 2019 Is he right? Should men stay silent... Continue Reading →
You have to start with a question when someone says that the woman has the right to choose. You must ask, "Choose what?"