Early Christian Creeds and Their Importance for Apologetics: Part II – The Nicene Creed

Continuing in this examination of the early creeds and their usefulness for apologetics, I turn now to the Nicene Creed. About this particular creedal formulae J.N.D. Kelly states: Prior to the beginning of the fourth century all creeds and summaries… Read moreEarly Christian Creeds and Their Importance for Apologetics: Part II – The Nicene Creed

Early Christian Creeds and Their Importance for Apologetics: Part I

In reflecting a lot recently about the importance of the early Christian, ecumenical creeds. In light of the multifarious challenges facing Christians today, everything ranging from: post-modernism, progressive Christianity, liberation and process theologies, the ever-increasing proliferation of cults (e.g. Scientology),… Read moreEarly Christian Creeds and Their Importance for Apologetics: Part I

Christian Marxism Will Not Solve Our Social Justice Woes

Christianity in the West is becoming Marxist. That is at least my claim. Of course, “Marxism” carries many connotations, far too many to reflect upon here. But images ranging from Pol Pot’s Killing Fields, to Parisian intellectuals sipping sherry along the… Read moreChristian Marxism Will Not Solve Our Social Justice Woes

Social Justice and The Church – Part II

This is a longer lecture on Social Justice and the Church, given at Living Truth Christian Fellowship in Corona. In this lecture I try and hone in on some likely philosophical and metaphysical assumptions of contemporary Social Justice movements in… Read moreSocial Justice and The Church – Part II

Getting Sex Wrong: #MeToo, the Sexual Revolution, and Herbert Marcuse

As tragic as it is, it doesn’t strike me as odd that roughly two generations after the “Sexual Revolution” our nation now faces the devastating aftermath of such a revolution; an aftermath most poignantly revealed in justice movements like “#MeToo.”… Read moreGetting Sex Wrong: #MeToo, the Sexual Revolution, and Herbert Marcuse