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 →
The problem is that we want to hold others to a standard outside ourselves while claiming that a standard outside ourselves doesn't exist.
I've just been told that the purpose to life is to procreate.
Objective morality exists and the most reasonable explanation is an objective moral law giver.
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.
Are you prepared to respond to common objections on the problem of evil?
There is a difference between a good person and a person that does good things.
One of the sessions that I attended at the Cross Examined Instructor Academy by Brett Kunkle was titled "Can we be good without God?" The answer to this question is very simple. YES! You actually can be good without believing in... Continue Reading →