Monthly Archives: December 2014

What’s the Deal With Science and Religion? The Myth of Science vs Theology Warfare

In the following article one of my favorite Christian apologists, William Lane Craig, examines several ways in which science and theology relate to each other.  The article appeared at: http://www.reasonablefaith.org as: What is the Relation between Science and Religion?  RMF … Continue reading

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The Media and Tim Keller

It’s no secret that there is very little confidence in the media these days.  Of course that is typically the view regarding politics, national security policy, and even the coverage of day-to-day events.  If one should want to document it … Continue reading

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God’s Foreknowledge and Free Choice

Buried in one of Peter’s letters is a brief exhortation for Christians to be able to offer a reason for their hope.  Here it is in context:   But even if you should suffer for righteousness’ sake, you will be … Continue reading

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The Elusive Equation

I first heard of the concept of  “A Theory of Everything” from a Norwegian physicist I met in Oslo in 1988 while on a National War College study trip.  I’m not that deep a thinker but I was fascinated by … Continue reading

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Sex and Shellfish — What’s the Deal Here?

Whatever your beliefs regarding the morality of same sex marriage you’ve likely encountered the question regarding the seeming disparity regarding adherence to Old Testament prohibitions.  I.e., Christians steadfastly continue to follow some Old Testament standards while freely discarding others.  So, … Continue reading

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