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But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law. Now those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires (Galatians 5:22-24).
Brett explains why God is the most logical explanation for objective morality. COMMENTS Read more posts
In response to the World Vision controversy, progressive Christian Kristen Howerton wants the church to reevaluate it's view of and approach to the same-sex marriage issue. In her article, "Is the Debate Over Gay Marriage What We Want to Be Known For?" she suggests that Christians ask three questions:
My answer to this week's challenge: COMMENTS Stand to Reason Blog
Are theists just lazy to argue God is a sufficient causal explanation? My answer to this week's blog challenge: COMMENTS Stand to Reason Blog
Mark your calendars for March 23. That's when a new movie, October Baby, will hit movie screens.  I was able to preview the film last week and suggest you go see this one in the theater.  I'll be up front, it is a strong pro-life movie dealing head-on with abortion.  But it was powerful and compelling, without being preachy.  The message comes through loud and clear, but in a way that stirred my soul (yes, yes...I cried like 4 times -- it was intense).
Nice.  Prominent philosopher Thomas Nagel names Stephen Meyer's Signature in the Cell: DNA and the evidence for Intelligent Design as one of his books of the year:
I just returned from my most recent Berkeley Mission, with New Covenant Community Church. It's hands-on philosophical and apologetic training. Our classroom is real life. On our second day, we had the absolute privilege of spending time with Dr. Phillip Johnson, Godfather of the Intelligent Design movement, chatting in his living room. His arguments are just as relevant as ever:
In celebration of Darwin Day, read this article from U.S.
I recently wrote an article on evolution for junior high and high school students, which appeared in Clear Horizon magazine.  It was entitled "It's a Dead Man's Party," in reference to the 200th an