The 2 Worst Atheist Objections

I come across these “objections” repeatedly online, in conversation, in debates, talk shows, and the like.  These are such silly objections against the existence of God that it is ludicrous that an answer has to be brought up. But, since they keep appearing and reappearing, they must be dealt with. 1. “Believing in God is… Continue reading The 2 Worst Atheist Objections

The Soft Totalitarianism of Social Justice: A Tale of Two Books

Two books that have been recently published that are helpful in understanding the transition our culture has been experiencing regarding Social Justice, the overthrow of traditional sex and gender norms, critical race theory, and the like are: Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity—and Why This Harms Everybody by Helen… Continue reading The Soft Totalitarianism of Social Justice: A Tale of Two Books

Science Series: The Flat Earth Myth

Quickly, answer the following question: “Who proved the world was round?” If you said Columbus, you are certainly not alone. We have all heard the idea that before Columbus, the Church and all the Christian intellectuals of the Middle Ages taught that the earth was flat.  If you sailed out far enough you would fall… Continue reading Science Series: The Flat Earth Myth

The Benedict Option: Clearing House of Opinions and Reviews

“There are people alive today who may live to see the effective death of Christianity within our civilization.” -Rod Dreher (The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation) One commentator (highlighted below) states that The Benedict Option might be”The most important book for Christians in this decade.” If the death of Christianity occurs… Continue reading The Benedict Option: Clearing House of Opinions and Reviews

Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on Mortimer Adler

Originally posted on Reflections:
“It is man’s glory to be the only intellectual animal on earth. That imposes upon human beings the moral obligation to lead intellectual lives.”1 –Mortimer J. Adler Mortimer Adler was one of the most influential philosophers and educators of the 20th century, but what exactly did he believe and what did he…