Happy holidays, friends!
It’s the week of Christmas, and since I’m a blogger that means I had to write something seasonal and relevant. Otherwise the Internet … Continue Reading
“Is it objectively wrong to force someone to eat their own child?”
That is the question that I asked one of my co-workers. She and I … Continue Reading
Aaaaand…. we’re back with round four of our interview with Dr. Steven Davis, former theology and apologetics professor, current skeptical atheist. Davis’ journey out of … Continue Reading
From what Slate and my Google Analytics tells me, most of you won’t actually read much past the first couple paragraphs of this post. So, … Continue Reading
(Today’s guest post comes from my good friend, D.H. Coleson. His writing is strong, unabashed, and probably really uncomfortable. But we’d be remiss to ignore … Continue Reading
I remember a day a few years ago when I was mowing my lawn and thinking about the idea of God’s omnipresence (like you do), … Continue Reading
Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me.” (Jn 14:6)
The … Continue Reading
In response to my recent blog series surrounding the question, would God honor a same-sex marriage?, a number of you have offered objections to my … Continue Reading
So, if you recall from my initial post, I am building a biblical case for why I think God would honor a same-sex marriage. We … Continue Reading
Howdy there, friends! Thanks for joining me once again.
So, last time I presented the proposition “God is love” as the first principle of this case … Continue Reading