The New York Times article can be broken up into two points. First that Christians are foolishly ignoring the quarantine, potentially spreading the virus, and second that the same kind of mentality that ignores science is prevalent among the current leaders of the government.
In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Podcast, Drew and David reflect on the Corona Virus Pt. 1. Listen to our Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher. Look for new Episodes every Tuesday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform? Email us and we will add them to our distribution list. You can also listen directly from Continue Reading
This post will be a bit more personal and heavy than we usually get here at Tent Making Christianity, but I think it’s finally time to talk about this here. We just passed the 2nd anniversary of the death of my father, who committed suicide. This is my suicide story. Suicide is already a difficult Continue Reading
One night, after my college Algebra class finished, I needed to ask my professor a question about the homework. But I also had a different question. Earlier that night he made a casual comment about how he’s not religious. This wouldn’t be strange, except for the large cross tattooed across his forearm. Seeing a good Continue Reading
We’ve been looking at the resurrection of Jesus in our last few posts. We introduced the minimal facts approach to Jesus’ resurrection. I then explained the minimal facts we would be using as we looked at alternate explanations for the resurrection. We explained why facts 1-4, 5-8 and 9-12 are accepted by nearly all scholars in the field Continue Reading
I ran across this issue in a conversation recently and wanted to explore and address it. Predestination is a view many Christians hold to in varying degrees. On the one end you have groups like Calvinists who would say that God is solely responsible for who is called and receives salvation. On the other end Continue Reading