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Alan reflects on a panel discussion he saw at the recent Evangelical Theological Society annual meeting.
Most of us believe the decisions we make with our minds are not determined by physical forces. What story of creation can account for such free-willed decisions?
Some people take offense when we say everyone has a worldview, but it’s not an insult. Here’s what we mean by the term.
John Mark Reynolds spoke at Acton recently on “Beauty and the Destruction of the Individual,” explaining how a proper belief in the existence of objective beauty fuels a culture.
What caused God? J.P. Moreland gives a brief response to this challenge.
J. Warner Wallace explains why you can’t make sense of the problem of evil apart from an understanding of the wisdom of God.
What is a worldview? Sean McDowell gives a brief explanation.
Worldviews matter, they lead to myriad consequences, and everyone has one. Make sure you think through yours—and its implications—carefully.
If the goodness we desire is not inherently in people, and there is no moral standard higher than society, how could “goodness” ever reign in a society?
The cultural debates happening today offer us opportunities to talk about the fundamental worldviews behind the divide.