This weekend I participated in a lot of discussion on the importance of clearly teaching and articulating the nature and evil of sin, and I believe much of the dialogue was fruitful. This led me to remember a recent assignment that I was required to complete for a class that I’m taking which asked us … Continue reading Knowledge of Sin Leads to a Love of the Savior
Abstract: This essay will briefly examine the nature of morality from within a strictly naturalistic or materialistic perspective and will argue that within such a framework morality itself cannot establish a reason for one’s adherence to it. Why should human beings be moral? That seems like a simple question, I mean, who doesn’t want to … Continue reading Breeding Geldings: The Bottomless Pit of Materialist Morality
One of the books I am currently reading is "Controversy of the Ages, Why Christians Should Not Divide Over the Age of the Earth" by Theodore Cabal and Peter Rasor II. I am only about a quarter of the way through but so far it is proving to be a well written and informative book. … Continue reading Can the Mind of Man be Trusted?