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Questions of the Week – (03/11/19)

I ended up leaving town for two days this week on a choir trip. That means I couldn't do as much recording and only have two videos. I hope you enjoy the short answers, share them with your friends, and... Continue Reading →

Questions of the Week (02/25/19)

I posted five new videos on YouTube this week, and each video responds to a question that was asked by one of my students. I hope you enjoy the short answers, share them with your friends, and subscribe to my... Continue Reading →

How do we understand religious freedom vs. discrimination?

I just finished a two-week section on religious freedom and persecution with my students. In fact, I stopped writing their test in order to record the podcast and write this blog. I feel bad saying this, but I think it... Continue Reading →

Does God just want us to be happy?

It is often said that people become teachers so that they don't have to work over the summer. Although this may be true for some, it wasn't true for me this past summer. I spent my vacation working at Summit... Continue Reading →

Defending Christian Ethics and the Sanctity of Life

I haven't been able to produce much content lately because I was taking an interterm class at Talbot School of Theology¬†called The Church and Society. Every day from January 3rd to January 25 we had to read and discuss a... Continue Reading →

Why Post-Election America Points to the Existence of God

The problem is that we want to hold others to a standard outside ourselves while claiming that a standard outside ourselves doesn't exist.

Understanding The Meaning Of Life From Different Worldviews (Podcast)

I've just been told that the purpose to life is to procreate.

Do objective moral laws point to God?

Objective morality exists and the most reasonable explanation is an objective moral law giver.

Does morality change between cultures? (Podcast)

This week's podcast is an example of a classroom lesson to help students see that we all hold to a similar moral standard no matter the culture.

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