ETHICS/MORALITY

God and the Canaanites Part 2

In part one, we surveyed the argument against the moral character of God by citing the Old Testament account of God’s judgment of the Canaanites. Furthermore, in part one, common misconceptions were brought to the surface, most notably, the character and practices of...

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God and the Canaanites Part 1

One of the most frequent arguments used against Christianity stems from perceived genocide in the Old Testament that was commanded by God and carried out by Israel. Such a command has been a central pillar of attacks against belief in God. In his work...

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Some Thoughts on Right and Wrong

Who determines what is right and what is wrong? This is a very important question. It not only affects how we live our lives, but how we interact with others around us. Whereas science can tell us how the world works, and governments can establish laws to keep order,...

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You Have No Purpose

In his book Making Sense of God, Timothy Keller writes, “If there is no transcendent reality beyond this life, then there is no value or meaning for anything. To hold that human beings are the product of nothing but the evolutionary process of the strong eating the...

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Ugh! Who Invented Math Anyway?

Have you ever, in a moment of frustration perhaps, wondered who invented math? Or, maybe in your math classes over the years you heard about ancient and modern men (Pythagoras, Euclid, Descartes, Leibniz, Newton, Einstein, Hilbert, Cantor, etc.) who made great...

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