Is Tolerance Biblical?

Is Tolerance Biblical?

For the most part, the idea of being tolerant is good, and, perhaps surprisingly, it is even biblical. We are to love those that hurt or hate us (Romans 12:14), we are to not curse others even when they disagree or curse us (1 Peter 3:9), and we are even told to pray...
Pain and Suffering: The Problem Of Evil

Pain and Suffering: The Problem Of Evil

The Problem of Evil can be a broad and intellectual subject while at the same time being an extremely personal matter; as such we will look at this issue from two different vantage points. We will cover the logical defense for the problem of evil, though personally I...
Is the Bible the Literal Word of God?

Is the Bible the Literal Word of God?

“You don’t really believe the Bible is the literal word of God do you?” This is a common refrain Bible-believing Christians hear, usually from the unsaved but increasingly from those even inside the church community: pastors, seminary teachers, and laypeople...
The Moral Argument

The Moral Argument

Part 1: Apologetics for EveryonePart 2: The Cosmological ArgumentsPart 3: The Ontological Argument The Moral Argument posits that if God does not exist then objective moral values do not exist; but because objective moral values do exist therefore God exists. Said...
The Enneagram – A History (Part 2)

The Enneagram – A History (Part 2)

“Anyone who takes the trouble to examine his teaching and methods, can assign nearly every fragment to some known tradition. We can say that this theme came from the Greek Orthodox tradition, that theme came from an Assyrian or Babylonian tradition, another was...

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