Please take time to quiet your soul, turn up the volume modestly, and sit back for a dramatization of your…
Toward a Tolerant View of Tolerance
Many today hold that tolerance, rather than any other virtue, is the greatest and most important moral quality. After all, to thrive in a socially, morally, religiously, and politically diverse society requires that tolerance be the summum bonum for any people group that claims a sense of civility.
The Logic of Hope
Modus ponens is a basic, valid argument form. Typically, it consists of a conditional premise, a second premise that asserts the antecedent of the first premise (i.e., the “if…” clause”), and a conclusion that asserts the consequent (the fulfillment of the conditional clause in the first premise). Its formula runs thusly,
Are there any reasons to believe Christ appeared to Old Testament characters?
Some suggest that at least one of Abraham’s three guests in Genesis 18:1-15 was Christ. But is this the case? As for my research and reading from John Walton’s excellent commentary on Genesis, there’s sufficient reason to believe Abraham did not speak with Jesus. Read on.
Inevitably I get asked this question whenever running into people who are likely Christian but don’t know me well. For some time now, I’ve been conducting a kind of experiment with my response, which goes something like “Not really going to church; just focusing on being the church.” After the wrinkled foreheads straighten and the dazed looks clear, most have no clue what I just said. In all fairness, however, I did answer a different kind of question.
My good friend, X, has provided some important comments on the publication of the Evangelical Manifesto. Thanks, X, for the…
http://www.evangelicalmanifesto.com/ is a call to: Reaffirm our identity Reform our behavior Reposition our stance in public life I strongly encourage…