This week Justin Brierley read some of the many responses to last week’s debate between Tim McGrew and Peter Boghossian. One of those responses caught my attention and I’m going to address it here. The response was from an atheist who reported that in his experience when he asks Christians for evidence for their beliefs, […]
Should conservative Christians care about the persecution of Uganda’s homosexuals?
Two days ago the Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed an anti-gay bill into law. The new law includes lifetime imprisonment for those convicted of engaging in acts of homosexual intercourse or being part of a same-sex marital union. A day later Uganda’s major tabloid “Red Pepper” published an edition with the following front page headline: “Exposed! Uganda’s Top […]
Dancing on the edge of the hermeneutical abyss
I was once in conversation with a Mormon missionary who claimed he had evidence for the Book of Mormon in the Bible. “Oh really?” I said, barely able to conceal my dripping skepticism. “Can you show me?” He opened up a Bible to Ezekiel 37 and began to read: 15 The word of the Lord came […]