In the last section, we introduced a biblical sanction for human works and business. We discussed also a few points taken from the first verses of the creation narrative (Gen. 1:1–2). The first primal creation scene gives us lessons on initiative, confidence, and attitude, among other things. The narrative of the six days of creation […]
I long since stopped blogging on atheism, deeming it often a waste of time and occasionally counterproductive. Sometimes, however, the issue merits revisiting. After rereading some old classics, I find the following quotation worth sharing: When one gives up the Christian faith, one pulls the right to Christian morality out from under one’s feet. This […]
Shortly after finishing my book “Biblical Logic: In Theory and Practice,” I became more sensitive at spotting logical fallacies all around. Not that I take pride in doing so — it just happens. Since I had just spent the better part of nine months writing sections on dozens of informal fallacies out there, I was kind of in “fallacy detective” mode, sniffing out disturbing claims left and right.
“Can’t agree with that. While we will overcome in the end, Scripture is very clear that in this world we will have tribulation, and Satan is working to bring about his own end to things.” A friend of mine forwarded this to me. It is a response to my article previous week, “The True and […]
As Christians who intend to engage in online discussion, debate, comments, feedback, criticism, etc., we owe it to ourselves and each other to uphold the principles of Christian ethics. When we don’t, we disgrace the name of our Lord, His Word, His Body, and we diminish His witness in society. And there is far too […]