One of my favorite pastimes when I visit a new town—or even a location I haven’t been to in a while—is to visit as many used book stores as possible. Part of the thrill is not knowing what you’re going to find, and when you do find something you weren’t looking for, the memory can… Continue reading Theology is Everybody’s Business
This entire series is going to be focused on finding and evaluating arguments. But nothing that I said in the Series Introduction indicated exactly what I mean by an “argument” in the first place. I’ll explain that in this post. What Arguments Are Not Let’s start by clearing away some misconceptions about what arguments are.… Continue reading Logic 101: What’s an Argument?
Let’s start this series with a scenario that you may, or may not, ever find yourself in. You are walking through your favorite antique store when you accidentally bump into a fragile item on a shelf. The next two seconds seem like slow motion as you watch the item fall to the floor and shatter.… Continue reading Series Introduction: Logic 101
Last time I talked about my decision to really begin to follow Jesus whole-heartedly, despite the fact that I was seeking love in teenage infatuation. This time I’ll talk about how I took on the role of Job’s comforters shortly after I made this decision. After only a couple months after I made my decision… Continue reading My Journey (Part 5): Evil and Suffering
It looks like 2016 is going to close out with plenty of great reading material. Here’s a few titles I’m excited about getting my hands on in the next few months. 1. Four Views on Christianity and Philosophy (September 13) This book releases in just a couple of days! If you aren’t familiar with the… Continue reading 5 Upcoming Books in Late 2016