How can we believe that God is good and powerful if he doesn’t help those who are hurting and in need? … More If God Exists, Why Doesn’t He Fix Evil?
Wes Morriston says the Cosmological Argument doesn’t point to a personal creator. This week we’ll look at his challenges and see how the argument stands up. … More Does the Cosmological Argument Really Point to God?
Rebuttal to Morriston’s objections to the Kalam Cosmological Argument. … More Wes Morriston vs the Cosmological Argument (Part 2)
Wes Morriston unleashed a litany of attacks on the Kalam Cosmological Argument for God’s existence. … More Wes Morriston vs the Cosmological Argument
When we look out and see a world full of contingent objects and we consider what explains their existence we must come to an explanatory stopping point. We inevitably come to a self-explained explainer of everything that exists. … More If Anything Exists, God Exists.
Some say science is killing God, see why this is dead wrong. … More The Supposed March of Science on God
Moral values and duties can only exist if God exists, and we should believe in morality because of our firsthand experience. … More If You Believe in a Moral Right and Wrong, You Should Believe in God.
As Robin Collins puts it, “All these features of the laws of nature … give the impression in many people’s minds that the universe was created by some transcendent intelligence.” … More Programmed for Life: Nature’s Laws and God
A critic of Christianity wrote an article claiming several contradictions in the concept of God. Here I refute that article by showing that the “contradictions” stem from misunderstandings about traditional doctrines of God and baseless assumptions. … More Contradictions in the Concept of God
There are a few moral issues surrounding embryonic stem cell research that should be confronted from the Christian perspective. The fundamental worldview in place is a compassionate utilitarianism or “spiritualistic naturalism” as Dennis Hollinger describes. On this view the ultimate virtue of compassion is exercised in the pursuit of greater well-being for the greatest number of people, which then … More Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Moral Reasoning