This article was originally published on Advocates for Truth under the title Christian Basics: Gender, Marriage, and Sex. It can also be found at NealHardin.com. June is declared to be Pride month for the LGBTQ+ community. As such, gender, sex, and marriage are... Continue Reading →
Christians are often told that they shouldn’t try to legislate morality and that they should keep religious values out of public policy. Sometimes it is phrased, “Christians shouldn’t force their values on others.” Just how true are these sentiments?
The abortion debate is one of the more controversial issues of our day, but this shouldn't keep us from discussing this important issue. It may seem overwhelming, but it comes down to one simple question, "What is the unborn?" As... Continue Reading →
The podcast this week is focusing on listener questions. The following two questions were sent in through email. "I was talking to a friend, and she asked where right and wrong come from. She said that something is wrong if... Continue Reading →
Part 2 is a look at the examples of transgender people in the Bible that were given in the following article and from discussions online. The article being discussed can be found here.
Are some aspects of morality relative or is it all objective?
Over the last few weeks, I have heard quite a few terrible arguments with all of the talk surrounding abortion in our culture. These bad arguments include: It's a women's right to choose. Abortion should be legal if the unborn... Continue Reading →
If you are interested in having me speak at your church, camp, or youth group, click on the Endorsements & Speaking page to see my list of topics. Then, contact me at Speaking Requests or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can select a topic from... Continue Reading →
Two recent conversations have caused me to re-evaluate the moral argument for God's existence. The first conversation was a recent interview I had with Dr. J. P. Moreland on his new book, Scientism and Secularism. One of his points, which... Continue Reading →