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Why isn’t God guilty of “sinning by omission” when He doesn’t prevent something bad from happening? COMMENTS Read more posts
A common question that comes up after I give my talk titled Why I Am Not an Evolutionist is, “If there are so many good scientific arguments against evolution, why is it so widely believed?” I recently came across an article by Dr. William Lane Craig where he responds to this exact question. In his brilliant response he makes two key observations, which I will highlight here.
More disturbing than the fact that a new definition of marriage is now the law of the land is the way in which this transformation was accomplished. The actions of the Court do not respect the Constitution as a document containing principles the justices are obliged to recognize and conform their decisions to.
Greg explains how God's choice and our repentance work together. COMMENTS Read more posts
The Supreme Court decision yesterday won’t just affect marriage. Giving the government the power to redefine a pre-political institution changes the relationship of the government to all of our rights. As Jay Richards says in “Why a Limited Government Must Recognize Natural Marriage,” “You can’t make war on the natural law and then appeal to it for help.”
Remember when I talked about our culture biting absurd bullets? Here’s how it works: A group argues for something by citing a reason that expresses a particular principle. Other people point out that the reason given for A would argue equally for situation B, such that if we accept A because of that principle, then we must also accept the absurd B.
Nancy Pearcey notes something important about transgenderism (and the worldview of a culture that celebrates it): The worldview implicit in the transgender movement is that our physical bodies have no particular value – that our biology is irrelevant to who we are as persons….
In a world that happened to begin, where only dead matter existed at the beginning, and where physical forces happened to bring some of that matter together in a particular way such that it now moves around on its own, the concepts of “right” and “wrong” are meaningless fictions.
This week, we’re discussing the final chapter in Nancy Pearcey’s Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes: “How Critical Thinking Saves Faith” (see links to the previous posts below). In this last chapter of Finding Truth, Nancy Pearcey stresses the necessity of learning how to examine worldviews:
Here’s a challenge I was just asked to respond to: When did you choose your heterosexuality?