Essays on specifically theological subjects.
Often people try to argue we should be believers because of the intellectual evidence. But what if the evidence is not sufficiently clear? Are there other reasons to act on the assumptions of faith, besides intellectual reasons. We examine a moral argument for being a believer.
The relationship between law and grace is critical to understanding the plan of salvation presented in Scripture. We examine the nature of moral law, the desert and purpose of penalty, if and how penalty can be set aside, and what conditions make the offer of pardon possible.
Does the Bible claim men are born sinful, or is this just a misinterpretation of the text? This article explores the Biblical doctrine of Moral Depravity and offers an alternative perspective.
Does the doctrine of Original Sin, as presented in Calvinist and Augustinian theology really make sense? Lets explore this question.
Examines the implications of the
Examines the philophical basis of God's faithfulness, and the believer's assurance in this.
What is the nature of faith. Is faith a leap in the face of insufficient evidence? Is it something voluntary, or something that happens to you. We examine this important theological concept.
An examination of William Lane Craig's view of middle knowledge, and the possibility that God could have unlimited foreknowledge, without this making human freedom an illusion.
Examines the traditional doctrine that claims God is all powerful. does the idea of limitless power make sense?