Four Views of Evil: An Interview with W. Paul Franks

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Evil is a fact of life. Some may experience it more intensely than others, but it seems ubiquitous nonetheless. It has puzzled many philosophers and theologians for centuries and much ink continues to be spilled even today. How do theists and non-theists explain evil? Dr. W. Paul Franks of Tyndale University College and Seminary has edited a very helpful volume …

The Nativity – God’s masterpiece

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As Christmas draws near, I have not had visions of “sugar plums” dancing in my head, but Raphael’s masterpiece, The School of Athens. This famous fresco of the world’s greatest philosophers of antiquity, the centerpiece of which is Plato and Aristotle, represents man’s raw intellectual and moral potential. Plato, holding his book Timaeus and confidently pointing heavenward represents the forms, …