Post-Moderns and Emergents

Ravi Zacharias, Al Mohler and RC Sproul chime in on Postmodernism and the Emergent Movement. Ligonier Ministries

TED | Talks | Dan Dennett: A secular, scientific rebuttal to Rick Warren (video)

Daniel Dennett is the author of “Breaking the Spell,” a book about religion being the result of natural phenomenon. As a result of this premise he desires the “facts” of all religious belief to be a mandatory part of education in America. It is a fascinating video as he critiques Rick Warren’s “Purpose Driven Life”. […]

R.C. Sproul: What Is Free Will? Video

A much younger RC talking about a very important subject that is widely misunderstood [vodpod id=Groupvideo.1036263&w=425&h=350&fv=docId%3D5447393660509611469%26playerMode%3Dsimple%26hl%3Den] from stevebag.vodpod.com posted with vodpod Technorati Tags: RC Sproul, Free Will

Sex with Robots, David Levy on Stephen Colbert

I heard David Levy on the radio a few weeks ago, nobody better than Stephen Colbert to highlight the problems with humor and sarcasm. The philosophical underpinnings are more disturbing than the moral challenges with this sort of industry. Philosophically, people will not have a problem with this and it probably will embrace it openly. […]

Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort on Nightline

Last night on Nightline Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort “debated” two atheists from (Brian Sapient and Kelly) from Rational Response. You can watch the videos here. If you are like me you will be embarrassed by their effort. Many are giving them credit for trying. I don’t. People should know and recognize their limits. Kirk […]

Move Over Sam Harris

Check out this Christianity Today review of Christopher Hitchens book entitled “God is not Great.” ht:Between Two Worlds Technorati Tags: Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris, Preston Jones, Atheism

Einstein and Faith

Interesting article in Time Magazine about Einstein and Faith. Technorati Tags: Einstein, Atheism, Theism, Faith & Science

Musings on the Problem of Evil

In response to John’s comments on the post “Plantinga’s Version of the Ontological Argument” I have begun to formulate a more formal post on the problem of evil. This is a sermon I wrote back in 2004 in response to the Tsunami in the Indian Ocean, killing approximately 250,000 people. The physics of a Tsunami […]

Plantinga's Version of the Ontological Argument

The Ontological Argument for the existence of God was developed by Anselm in the 12th Century. Since then it has been a topic of conversation and criticism with regard to the argument of God’s existence. Alvin Plantinga is a Christian philosopher teaching at Notre Dame and considered the premier Christian thinker of our time. His […]

Faith and Science, Pt. 2

Dr. Henry Schaeffer III is the speaker in this video. This is the second of six segments. Technorati Tags: Dr. Henry Schaeffer III, Faith and Science