As an addendum to my last post on science and faith, I’m including a couple of clips and the full talk with Timothy Keller and Jonathan Haidt at NYU on the Veritas Forum. I picked this lecture because it illustrates how people with opposing views can actually come together and have a meaningful conversation. Continue reading
I recently read a post at Nan’s Notebook titled, “Science…Faith—What’s The Answer?” The intent was to elicit open discussion on the merits of faith and science as related to human existence. I found the comments quite interesting. Nan is a deconvert from Christianity, but not a combative antitheist like some, so I don’t mind commenting on her blog when I can. Continue reading
The following from Jesuit, Karl Rahner, is a sad commentary on the Western church today. He said, “We must be willing to admit that, should the doctrine of the Trinity have to be dropped as false, the major part of religious literature could well remain virtually unchanged.” (Rohr, The Divine Dance: Trinity and Your Transformation, Kindle loc. 333). Continue reading
In light of October being National Domestic Violence Awareness month, I would like to post a song, “I Am No Victim” by Kristene DiMarco, from her latest album, “Where His Light Was.”
This title doesn’t imply there are no victims of abuse. This is a very sad reality for too many precious people and Continue reading
I’ve already covered the theology, history, and the common objections to the Christian doctrine of the Trinity in this series. Now, I would like to share my thoughts and reasoning for why it should matter to us. There’s so much I want to say about it, it will take two parts.
As A.W. Tozer said, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” Continue reading
37 years ago today I married my best friend, lover, confidant, partner, and woman of my dreams. Our lives changed in so many good ways, but most importantly, Maureen and I became a “we,” and “me” became “us.”
I will be out of the blogosphere with my wife enjoying some time away. See you when I get back. Blessings to you.
In this installment of my series on the Christian Trinitarian doctrine, we will look at objections that skeptics have using the Bible itself.
When we look more closely I believe we find that most of these objections are taking Bible passages out of context and do not reflect the message of the Bible in context. Continue reading