A Blog Post on DEATH

I remember hearing D.A. Carson state that the taboo topic in our culture is DEATH. People are comfortable talking about all sorts of other things (sex, politics, etc.), but things get awkward when death is brought up. We recently talked about death together at our meetup discussion gr
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FORGIVENESS and Worldview

How does your worldview (your overall understanding of reality) shape how you approach the notion of forgiveness? As I grapple with the concept, I would argue that how we approach FORGIVENESS shows that we assume some kind of objective morality (moral standards that are real, not arbi
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Worldview Curriculum

Our friend Elizabeth Urbanowicz has a wonderful ministry that seeks to equip children with a biblical worldview. You can learn all about it here: https://foundationworldview.com/ We are so encouraged by this ministry and hope that many take advance of it and its resources. It is a gre
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Tsouloufis Essay (Part 2)

Here’s the second part of Dan Tsouloufis’ essay: So how does an atheist define morality without an absolute standard that the human race can adhere to?  As a Christian, I believe that notions of right and wrong are woven into the fabric of the universe because of God, the
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Tsouloufis Essay (Part 1)

Worldview, Secular Ethics, and Cognitive Dissonance: An Essay by Dan Tsouloufis (part 1) “My Thoughts on Worldview, Secular Ethics, and Cognitive Dissonance” by Dan Tsouloufis  There are many people who grow up believing in God, then at some point in their life they no lon
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