For decades now, Christians have warned about the consequences of moral relativism. The notions that all moral ideas are equal or that no one has the right to judge anything anyone else […]
We are bargain hunters, all of us. We make bargains with God, with reality or the cosmos or karma or whatever. We are convinced someone or something out there is keeping […]
Another day, another media attempt to redress ‘old-fashioned’ sexual ethics. Perhaps you read or heard that on 20th July, a vigilante group by the name of the Impact Team announced […]
A helpful, colorful metaphor is something of a rarity in academic writing. Especially in the halls of science, where scholars across disciplines often invoke specialized concepts and technical jargon, the […]
In a fascinating review of Charles Taylor’s book A Secular Age, secular humanist Andrew Koppelman said a few years back: [M]odern secularism is a religious worldview, with its own narrative […]
What is wrong with Christians, anyway? I was minding my own business, perhaps only marginally paying attention, when the professor in my undergraduate Philosophy or Religion class decided to pair […]
For those of us investigating Christianity, let’s us keep in mind Jesus is not offering mere religion. He criticizes and deconstructs it, and offers an alternative radically different.