Is Atheism a Worldview?

In my interactions with atheists, one of the most common tactics I have observed is the claim that atheism is not a worldview. Atheism is not belief, but the absence of belief. It is not a claim, but the absence of a claim. Therefore, or so it goes, atheism does not need a defense. Another... Continue Reading →

   Do Black Lives Matter?

Now, if that isn’t a politically loaded question in modern American culture, there isn’t one! A number of years ago, when I lived in Binghamton, NY, I had my first encounter with black ice. Having grown up in the mountains of WV, I was used to driving in inclement weather. But I had never had... Continue Reading →

Dances with Wolves

  He looks like a harmless canine, doesn’t he? You just want to hug, and pet, and love on him. How gentle! What soft fur he has! How sweet a demeanor he seems to have! What a loving animal. Most people would look at this picture and think to themselves, what a lovely companion this... Continue Reading →

Intellectual Pugilism and Christian Apologetics

Each of us, being sinners by nature, have our sinful proclivities. One person may have a proclivity to be arrogant, another may struggle with sexual lusts, be they adulterous or same-sex attractions. Still, others are stubborn, having a difficult time submitting to anyone, while some seem to be more tempted than others with deceit. We... Continue Reading →

What Did Jesus Do?

“She will bear a Son; and you shall call His name Jesus, for He will save His people from their sins.” Matt. 1:21 Far too often, Christians fail to consider the project of the biblical writer within his context as they set out to study or understand the content of his work. One of the... Continue Reading →

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