Friday, October 21, 2016

Aren't We Inherently Good?

A few weeks ago, as we approached the end of our Church–y Words series of forums, we discussed the topic of sin. That would usually be a very uncomfortable subject, but we had a very edifying conversation by taking a general approach to it. Still, sin is never easy to talk about, and one of the questions asked by someone in attendance shows why. The question was, “Aren’t we inherently good?”

Friday, October 14, 2016

How Can Evangelicals Defend Donald Trump?

Those who know me personally may not believe this at first, but I have had very little to say about the 2016 election. Don’t laugh, it’s true! In comparison to what I did during the primaries, and what I would normally be doing, I have been almost silent. Those few comments I have made have been in self-defense, rather than as an effort at persuasion. With nothing nice to say, my goal was to say very little at all and just stick to the decisions of my own conscience.

Friday, October 7, 2016

Why Are We Here? (Part 3)

This is the third and final article in a brief series on the Cosmological Argument (CA) for the existence of God. The other two can be found here and here. In them, we considered some of the basics of this type of argument, and discussed the three C’s of Contingency, Causation, and Continuation. Now, we can move on to considering the implications of what we have discovered.