- Relativism Undermines the Mission of the Church by Brett Kunkle: “[I]f religious claims turn out to be subjective, they are merely preferences of individuals, just like our preference in ice cream flavors. Does this idea have consequences? Absolutely. Think about it. How much passion do you feel for your favorite flavor of ice cream? Would you attempt to convince customers inside the local ice cream parlor they should only choose your favorite flavor? Would you stand in front of the parlor, handing out brochures listing five arguments why your favorite flavor of ice cream is the one true flavor? Of course not. We don’t take preferences that seriously. But if religion is like a preference in ice cream, wouldn’t we approach it the same way?” (Read more.)
- Two Things to Remember When Discussing Creation with Other Christians by Tim Barnett: “When it comes to this issue there are two key principles that all Christians should keep in mind. The first principle is that Christians gather truth about creation from two sources: general revelation and special revelation. Nature is God’s general revelation and Scripture is God’s special revelation. God communicates through both sources of revelation, and both need to be studied and interpreted. This leads to the second principle: everyone interprets.” (Read more.)
- Inoculate, Don't Isolate by Alan Shlemon: “Abortion-choice advocates. Angry college students. Graphic pictures of abortion. Not really what you want to expose your ten-year-old son to. That’s what I did, though. I took my son to the center of UCLA’s campus during an abortion protest and had him engage abortion-choice advocates that were twice his age.” (Read more.)
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