The Real Test

I happen to have many friends and acquaintances who are interested in apologetics (being able to explain the Christian faith). We are an interesting crew, ranging from folks with highly advanced Ph.D’s to schmoes like me, and we are keen on being able to put our faith into words. We want people to understand that… Continue reading The Real Test

A Quiet Citizen

It’s been a big week for expressing your opinion on the state of things in our country. With the Supreme Court hearing arguments on Prop 8 and DOMA, lots of people are making their sentiments known via Facebook, Twitter, and other forms of social media. I know in my feeds, an awful lot of people… Continue reading A Quiet Citizen

The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil

Yeah, yeah, yeah…I know. I’m boring you with all my blogs lately. Too “deep.” Too “thinky.” Too “much hot air, like a leaky balloon.” I get it.┬áBut it’s how I’m wired, man. This morning, I can’t stop thinking about the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. In fact, everything that I’m ready or… Continue reading The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil

The Lesson of Cain

This morning, I began a new segment with my Christian Learning Center class. We’re discussing the philosophical foundations and development of Biblical worldview this semester, so that means were looking extensively at how the Bible answers the four fundamental questions of life: origin, meaning, morality and destiny. This morning marked the beginning of our look… Continue reading The Lesson of Cain