"Hate speech" is a subjective phrase. Far too often, "disagreement" is construed as "hate." This is played out on college campuses through the U.S. Furthering the subjective nature of defining "hate speech", Facebook is relying "on its nearly two billion users to report any hateful posts they see. Workers then review the posts and decide … Continue reading Hate Speech vs. Free Speech
"Who is Jesus?" It's the most important answer a person will ever give to a question. Most of us are familiar with former atheist/Narnia author, C.S. Lewis', famous "trilemma" recorded in his classic apologetic, Mere Christianity: I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him: "I'm … Continue reading Who is Jesus?
I customarily do not address politics in this publication. We all have our convictions and opinions where politics is concerned. Having said that, the issue of religious freedom is a bipartisan issue clearly supported by the United States Constitution - and I have no reluctance for speaking to, or defending, that freedom. The big news … Continue reading Freedom of Religion? Yes. Freedom of Biblical Christianity? Not so much.
My spirit is crushed,….Where then is my hope?” Job 17:1, 15 “My spirit is crushed,….Where then is my hope?” Honest statement. Honest question. It’s one of the reasons I love reading the Bible. It’s unsanitized, unedited, raw, and brutally honest. When Job made his statement, and asked his question, he had recently buried all ten … Continue reading Hope on the Rock(s)
Writing about the Bible, author/speaker, Greg Koukl writes, "This is not a fairy tale, but rather it is the Story all fairy tales are about. Indeed, almost every tale ever written is an echo of this story embedded within our hearts ("He has set eternity in the human heart." Ecc. 3:11) Yet this story is … Continue reading The Story of God