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Four key points of knowledge kids should know before they leave high school by Scott Klusendorf
An Examination of the Buddhist Worldview by Ted Miyake
Delivered by J.P. Moreland at the Evangelical Theological Society, November 18, 2004.
I once saw a sign in a health food restaurant that read, “You are what you eat.” So I pointed out to the waitress that this was true only if you are identical to (the same thing as) your body. Further, if you are what you eat, then you couldn’t be something until you’ve eaten something. But you can’t eat something until you are something. So you must be something before you eat something. Therefore, it’s not true that you are what you eat. The waitress looked a me and said, “You’ll have to talk to the manager.”
Delivered at the Evangelical Theological Society, November 18, 2004 by J.P. Moreland
A comprehensive look at what a Bible promise is, how we should understand its contextual meaning, a detailed look at the parts of a promise, and a step by step analysis of particular biblical passage examples to help guide you through the exercise.
Phillip Johnson discusses evolution and intelligent design.
by Steve Wagner To Respond, Distinguish Two Types of Objectivity
Here are some basic ethical distinctions by way of background. I won't cover all the bases in the active/passive debate (active--taking lives, passive--letting die). by J.P. Moreland
By Kenneth R. Samples The method which Socrates employed in his philosophical analyses has five readily distinguishable characteristics: