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
Currently I am reading a fairly good book about child-rearing, The Whole-Brained Child. It is not a bad book. It has some interesting points to make about how our brains work, especially our childhood brains, and it is giving me some real insight into how to work with my kids as they go through certain kinds … Continue reading Do Brains Know Right from Wrong?
No human prediction is ever 100% accurately realized, in every single detail. However, speculation about the future is part of the warp and woof of all human intellectual life. Therefore, it is my contention here that western Christians in the near future will have to contend more frequently, and more robustly, with an emerging pantheistic … Continue reading The Ever Shifting Sands: Should Christian Apologists Forget about Targeting Atheistic Naturalism?
In this series of posts on Christian Apologetics I have utilized a military metaphor to survey the landscape of Apologetics: its content, its aims, and some of its major proponents (or "operators" in keeping with our analogy). I have broken down the field of Apologetics into three levels: the strategic, the operational, and the tactical and … Continue reading Shaping the Battlefield Part V: Special Operators