Omnism is the belief that there is no one true religion but that every religion holds part of the truth, so all beliefs should be respected. I see the appeal. The truth often lies somewhere between two extreme positions, so why would religion be different?Continue Reading
What Best Explains Morality?
To call something bad implies there is a good, or a way things are supposed to be. Not just a way we want it to be, but a way it objectively ought to be. If God does not exist, what is the standard for that? What best explains morality? Is it possible without God?Continue Reading
Understanding Critical Theory Part 2: Truth and Postmodernism
To understand any concepts of class, identity, or oppression, we need to answer the question, “What is truth, and can we know it?” How Critical Theory answers that question shapes every other part of the view.Continue Reading
Quick Challenge Answer: Can Morality be Explained by Human Wellness?
Can skeptics successfully ground morality in objective factors that improve quality of life? Can morality be explained by human wellness?Continue Reading
Quick Challenge Answer: Is it Wrong to Evangelize?
Have you ever had someone tell you that it’s wrong to try to change someone’s view? Is it wrong to evangelize? How can Christians respond to this?Continue Reading
Quick Challenge Answer: Can Other Religions Change Lives?
Christians are not the only ones claiming miraculous transformations. There are countless testimonials about changed lives from Muslims, Buddhists, Mormons, and many more. How are Christians supposed to make sense of those?Continue Reading
Lessons from Joker Part 1: “Everybody is Awful.”
I will admit, I was not excited to see Joker. I knew it would be a pretty dark and depressing movie since it’s the origin story for a psychopathic murderer. Sometimes a grim movie is worth sitting through.Continue Reading