Absolute vs. Relative Morality

morality2 Recently I’ve had conversations with a few people on morality and relativism. Interestingly they have come from very different worldviews and the thoughts held by the individuals were quite the opposite of what one might expect from their particular worldview.…

How the Mosaic Law Relates to Christians

It seems that the debate over Christian’s lack of obedience to the Mosaic law is often cited as the reason why Leviticus passages on homosexuality (such as Lev. 18:22 and Lev. 20:13) should be considered “outdated,” for if the food…

Christ, a Willing Submissive

This week’s post comes out of response to my class reading. We were reading a section on the mediatorial office of Christ in a book by William Shedd. In reading this reading I found inspiration for my own walk with…

Is Faith Irrational?

One of the objections that skeptics use is the idea that faith is irrational. This accusation has been around so long that some religious people have started making similar claims. Recently, radio talk show host Dennis Prager wrote an article…

Mediocre?!?!

I look around the world and I don’t see a multitude of sinners, although that is Biblically accurate, I see a multitude of settlers. I see men and women, of all ages, settling for what they think is the best…

Order Out Of Chaos

God created everything out of nothing (Genesis 1:1). He brought order out of chaos (Genesis 1:3-19). He brought light into darkness (Genesis 1:3-4). God is not a god of chaos and confusion, but rather the God of order, truth and…