Christians ought to be careful with how we refer to the Big Bang, or more specifically we need to be very aware of what exactly we mean when we affirm it as an event that happened in the history of our universe. Christian theology is very friendly to the general idea of the Big Bang,... Continue Reading →
Tim Keller’s Argument from Rational Meaning
Previously, I’ve written on a strategy for evangelism called Subversive Fulfillment. Essentially this method, following the lines of thought presented in I Corinthians 1 and Acts 17, seeks to both confront and connect with unbelievers. In a real way, it respects their humanity, and seeks to “become all things to all men that [we] may... Continue Reading →
Subversive Fulfillment Evangelism
Navigating culture as followers of Jesus Christ is not something many of us find easy. Evangelizing culture is something we often, in practice, treat as nearly impossible. Sometimes, it’s not even a lack of faith that inhibits our evangelism, but our inability of knowing where to start. While there is no single cut and dry... Continue Reading →
Does Old Earth Geology Presuppose Naturalism and Uniformity?
Abstract: This article will look at two common objections leveled against old earth geology by the modern movement known as Young Earth Creationism. It will argue that old earth geology neither presupposes naturalism nor uniformity. It will describe the most problematic presupposition that is a negative factor for both science and faith, which is methodological... Continue Reading →