“Finity Wars”: The Problem of Worldview in Marvel Comic Movies

“Now when this corruptible is clothed with incorruptibility and this mortal is clothed with immortality, then the saying that is written will take place: “Death has been swallowed up in victory. O Death, where is your victory? O Death, where is your sting?” (1 Cor 15:54-55)"The doctrine that war is always a greater evil seems … Continue reading “Finity Wars”: The Problem of Worldview in Marvel Comic Movies

Early Christian Creeds and Their Importance for Apologetics: Part VI – Nicene Creed, Lines 3-9

We are looking at each line of the creed to determine what are the necessary, propositional claims we would need to identify and defend as Apologists who want to stay faithful to a Historical Christianity; a Christianity grounded in the Scriptures; the Apostolic proclamation of Jesus Christ, and the theological claims of the early Church … Continue reading Early Christian Creeds and Their Importance for Apologetics: Part VI – Nicene Creed, Lines 3-9

What Kinds of Things Could We Worship?: Part II – Material, Personal Objects (Animals)

"So all the people took off the gold rings that were on their ears and brought them to Aaron. He took the gold from their hands, fashioned it with an engraving tool, and made it into an image of a calf. Then they said, “Israel, this is your God, who brought you up from the land of … Continue reading What Kinds of Things Could We Worship?: Part II – Material, Personal Objects (Animals)

What Kinds of Things Could We Worship?: Part I – Material, Impersonal Objects

In the letter to the Romans, St. Paul says this: 21 For although they knew God, they did not honor him as God or give thanks to him, but they became futile in their thinking, and their foolish hearts were darkened. 22 Claiming to be wise, they became fools, 23 and exchanged the glory of the immortal God … Continue reading What Kinds of Things Could We Worship?: Part I – Material, Impersonal Objects

The Kalam Cosmological Argument: Defense of Premise 2

Defending the 2nd Premise of the Kalam Cosmological Argument  Succinctly, the second premise of the Kalam Cosmological Argument (hereafter KCA), can be stated as such: “the universe began to exist.” For centuries this statement was considered false due to a reliance on Aristotelian metaphysics, since “for Aristotle the world is eternal, [therefore] the question is … Continue reading The Kalam Cosmological Argument: Defense of Premise 2