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Objective Moral Compass God

By Tim Stratton Question Hey Tim, A question from your fellow Nebraska Reasonable Faith chapter director! When discussing the Moral Argument with my Reasonable Faith chapter in Omaha, I received some pushback from one of our members, who just so happens to have his PhD in meta-ethics. The objection he had to the Moral Argument was to the premise, “If God does not exist, then objective moral values and duties do not exist.” Erik Wielenberg, an atheist philosopher from DePauw...

Christ Death Sacrifice

By Al Serrato The blood-curdling scream signaled that she had not yet given up. Hours of pushing and the baby had still not descended. The OB was weighing her options, while dad wiped mom’s forehead and encouraged her on. She screamed again, pushing and puffing and praying that this agony might soon draw to a close. The pain was so… intense, so utterly mind-numbing that she wondered, for the thousandth time, why she had wanted to have another child… This is...

One Right Religion

Recently I was in a conversation with a friend, and he asked how I could say that Jesus is the only way. I simply responded, “I’m not saying it. Jesus said it. Take it up with him.” He certainly didn’t expect that response. And I didn’t mean to be rude or abrupt. My point was that Jesus was the one who first made the claim, and he has the credentials to back it up. If Jesus is really divine, then...

Book Revelation Author

By Brian Chilton As a teenager, I remember being a bit frightened of the book of Revelation. The smell of acne face cleanser filled the room as I dove into mysterious depictions of four-faced angels, beasts from the sea and land, of massive angels, and 100-pound hailstones being hurled to the earth. While Revelation holds mysterious and frightening images of the end-times, the book of Revelation was written to be an encouragement to Christians of all times. But, who was...

Paul Letters Author

Por Brian Chilton En el Nuevo Testamento, se atribuyen trece cartas al apóstol Pablo. Pablo es, por supuesto, el individuo que había perseguido a la iglesia, pero se convirtió en un misionero cristiano después de un encuentro con el Jesús resucitado en el camino a Damasco. Pero ¿Pablo realmente escribió las trece epístolas que se cree que fueron escritas por él? Algunos creen que Pablo solo fue el autor de siete de las trece. Las epístolas son cartas antiguas escritas...

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