Only Wrong Most of the Time?: The Failure of Provisional Ethics

Chris Price Articles 1 Comment

The Moral Argument for the existence of God can be stated in this manner: If God does not exist, objective moral values and duties do not exist. Objective moral values and duties do exist. Therefore, God exists This moral argument is valid. That is, it’s impossible for the conclusion not to follow from the two premises. But are the premises …

Review: Cold-Case Christianity for Kids by J. Warner Wallace

Sheri Hiebert Articles, Book Reviews, Parents 1 Comment

ike most Christian parents, the thought that my children might choose not to follow God is one of my deepest fears. I trust that God is sovereign over their lives, but that doesn’t stop me from wanting to do everything in my power to point them towards the truth. But, where to even start? It’s a daunting task and just …

Let Freedom Ring!

A Joubert Articles 1 Comment

ivil liberty is an essential but increasingly neglected part of the Western political tradition. In fact, it is one of the major characteristics that have set Western countries apart from the rest of the world and from a past that has mostly featured a succession of tyrannies, sometimes more benevolent than at other times. At any rate, true political freedom …

What’s Really Important in Life?

Chris Battle Articles 0 Comments

“Why, oh why, didn’t I take the blue pill?” Have you ever asked yourself this question, or a variation of it? Perhaps you have no clue what I’m referring to. This is a quote from the movie The Matrix. The scene depicts Neo, the fresh-faced, prophesied savior of the world sitting across from Cypher, the hardened cynic who has lost …

Sex Is Not Wrong, nor Is It a Right

Chris Battle Articles 1 Comment

Many of you may not have been alive, or weren’t hip to the jive, or were too busy raising babies during the reign of mega-group Salt-N-Pepa. Well, “mega-group” may be a little over the top, but they were a pretty big deal for a while in the late 80’s and through the mid-90’s. One of their many hits was a …

The Case Against Christ: A Critical Review

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In his book, The Case against Christ, Matthew McCormick, suggests various ways in which God could have/should have provided better evidence for the miraculous, especially the resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ (chapter 8). About his criteria he writes, “The problem is that as far as we can determine, not a single alleged religious miracle in all of human history …