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N. T. Wright – Regarding properly framing the Homosexuality Debate
Christianity

N. T. Wright – Regarding properly framing the Homosexuality Debate

Is the Christian church handling this discussion regarding homosexuality and Christianity correctly?  Some thoughts for consideration from N. T. Wright. Excerpt from Youtube post description:  “Bishop Tom Wright wants the Church to have a reasonable debate on the topic of homosexuality in place of the current “shouting match.” While acknowledging the complexity of the issue, … Continue reading

In Review – Creation Out of Nothing by Copan and Craig
Apologetics / Book Reviews / Christianity / Philosophy / Theology

In Review – Creation Out of Nothing by Copan and Craig

In Creation Out of Nothing, Copan and Craig set out to address the objections that have been made by scholars regarding the doctrine of creation ex nihilo (out of nothing).  Some scholars claim that creation ex nihilo is a concept that was incorporated into the beliefs of the Christian church due to the influence of … Continue reading

What Reason Is There To Believe In The Resurrection Of Jesus?  – Part 2
Apologetics / Christianity / History

What Reason Is There To Believe In The Resurrection Of Jesus? – Part 2

Continued from - What Reason Is There To Believe In The Resurrection Of Jesus?  -  Part 1 Should We Believe in the Resurrection of Jesus? Excerpt from Part 1:  “It would take a considerable amount of effort or ignorance to be unaware of the high levels of skepticism in the twenty-first century western culture.  Many reasons … Continue reading

What Reason Is There To Believe In The Resurrection Of Jesus?  – Part 1
Apologetics / Christianity / History

What Reason Is There To Believe In The Resurrection Of Jesus? – Part 1

Should We Believe in the Resurrection of Jesus? It would take a considerable amount of effort or ignorance to be unaware of the high levels of skepticism in the twenty-first century western culture.  Many reasons have been proposed for the highly skeptical nature of this culture.  Some of these reasons may find their basis in … Continue reading

Book Reviews / Christianity / Ethics

In Review: Why the Church Needs Bioethics: A Guide to Wise Engagement with Life’s Challenges by John F. Kilner

In Why the Church Needs Bioethics: A Guide to Wise Engagement with Life’s Challenges, Dr. Kilner sets out to provide a very practical look at some ethical situations in which pastors, ministers, and church could easily find themselves or someone they know.  Specifically, he provides a case study surrounding a couple and their struggles with … Continue reading

Book Reviews / History

In Review: Turning Points by Mark A. Noll

In Turning Points: Decisive Moments in the History of Christianity, Mark Noll provides a concise exploration of origins of the Christian church and its progress from the first century until the twentieth century.  For summary purposes, the book could best be divided into three major sections.  The first section covers the origins of Christianity starting … Continue reading