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?
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?
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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 →
This week's show consisted of three fun sections. First, I conducted two different interviews this week that will turn into the next three podcasts. The first two shows will be with a friend that is doing evangelism with Muslims in... Continue Reading →