I have posted several myths concerning Christianity and history here at IsChristianityTrue? such as the myth of the dark ages (which is one of my more popular posts), the flat earth myth, the myth of Galileo going to jail, myths and facts about the Crusades, and the myth that the church hindered the development of science. While these posts counter popular misconceptions, what positive contributions … Continue reading The Triumph of Christianity
I was once sitting in a graduate level seminar when the topic of morality and ethics came up. One of the doctoral students stated that they believed that societies and cultures struggle through various issue of morality and through that cultural conversation and debate emerges the ethical norms for the community: thus morality is relative to culture. I remember leaning in and asking, “So, you … Continue reading Moral Relativism: Limitations and Failings
Several weeks ago I posted about a debate on the source of morality hosted by New York Apologetics at the Stony Brook University between Frank Turek and Michael Shermer on April 16, 2015. Apparently it is still making news. In fact, the two debaters teamed up to counter a student group on campus about free speech. Check it out here. UPDATE (May 20, 2015): Here … Continue reading Atheist and Theist Team Up
“Incarnation and Theodicy” by William Lane Craig at Reasonable Faith – Dr. Craig gets questions emailed to him and he chooses one and answers it. This week he focuses on the coherency of the incarnation and the importance of properly understanding that Christian doctrine.