Being Inhumane Is More Human Than We Think. I’ve been reading Clay Jones‘ new book on the problem of evil. It’s been a good read so far. But I have to say, it’s not been the most comfortable book to read. This really shouldn’t surprise me considering the nature of the topic. I’ve read more than my Continue Reading
What will the Church look like after COVID-19? There is so much uncertainty about every aspect of life right now. I don’t think anyone could have predicted the world would look like it does a few weeks ago. We’ve seen disasters in the recent past. Y2K, 911, the Swine flu and the economic crash of the late 2000’s Continue Reading
This article was originally posted in December of 2018. We recently posted our Top 5 Posts From 2019. Our website was still fairly new when this list dropped last year. As our readership had increased greatly since then, I thought I would repost these articles. Enjoy the top 5 posts from 2018! TMC’s Top 5 Continue Reading
An Introduction To The Problem Of Evil. In an earlier post, I referenced a recent Barna study that found that the number of professing atheists among Gen Zer’s was almost double that of previous generations. The study also found that the number one reason that this age group was turning away from God was because Continue Reading
The Logical and probability problems of evil. In earlier posts I described the problem of evil and also explained what evil is. Evil isn’t a thing per say, it’s the absence of good. There can be no evil without an ultimate source of good that sets the standard. In this post we will discuss what is known Continue Reading
In my last blog post, I began to discuss the problem of evil. Evil has affected everyone to varying degrees in their lives. But as we get started on this series, we need to first clarify exactly what it is we are talking about. What exactly is evil? When someone offers me the objection that God Continue Reading
Does it make sense from a logical perspective, regardless of our own feelings and history? This is not necessarily how I would suggest talking about the subject in a regular conversation. Instead, my goal here is to help you to better understand this common objection and be able to dissect it a little bit deeper.