Category Archives: Culture

Faith in Reason II

A follow-up thought from yesterday’s post. I briefly mentioned how apologists often convey an unwavering trust in reason, either explicitly or implicitly. My struggle with such faith is not only that it elevates reason above all other considerations rendering emotions … Continue reading

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Faith in Reason

I’m having to do a lot of reading for my apologetics class thus far. At the moment, one resounding idea has bonded almost all of the books and articles together – an unwavering trust in reason. Now to be fair, … Continue reading

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A Horde of Articles

A number of articles I have read in the last couple weeks that continue to churn in my mind. You might be hearing about them more in the days ahead. An interesting look at emerging adulthood in today’s society. Our … Continue reading

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Searching for Identity

Recently, some peers have come encountered difficulty in their young lives. I have talked with these people numerous times. Most of my time has been spent listening. What I find is that these people are grasping for anything to hold … Continue reading

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A Culture of Idolatry

Brian Walsh has written a powerful targum on Romans 1:16-32. I suggest you read it.

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Technology and Education

The New York Times published an article the other day on the effects of technology on the minds and lives of people. Although most of the information found in the article is not all that surprising, it does raise some … Continue reading

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Morality and Capitalism

Usually I would choose not to venture into a topic such as this. But it has made an appearance a couple of times in my life over the past week. First, last week I went to a local bookstore where … Continue reading

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