Natasha Crain explains why the old phrase “Choose being kind over being right” is just silly. It’s a false dichotomy that if actually followed in some circumstances would result in absurdity. She also explains how to address these sort of things with your kiddos. Choose being kind over being right?
Shane Pruitt is the Director of Evangelism for the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. He is the author of “9 Common Lies Christians Believe and Why God’s Truth is Infinitely Better” which is the topic of this episode’s conversation. To watch the bonus segment, “5 More Minutes with Shane Pruitt,” follow the Patreon link belowContinue reading “Ep 23 Shane Pruitt: 9 Common Lies Christians Believe”
A brief philosophical and theological definition of truth by Todd Clay from Theolocast: http://theolocast.org/blog/what-is-truth/
I am the youth minister at a local church in North Texas, and twice a year I walk some of our students through a discipleship course. This time I presented them with a number of Bible studies to choose from, and they landed on Jesus Among Secular Gods, a study written by Ravi Zacharias andContinue reading “Review: Jesus Among Secular Gods”
For my research topic in the Moral Philosophy class I am taking this semester at Southern Evangelical Seminary, I chose the topic “Moral Dilemmas Require Objective Morality”. I got the idea from a lecture I once watched by Dr. Frank Turek. In the lecture, he gives an illustration where a professor presents a moral dilemmaContinue reading “Moral Dilemmas Require Objective Morality”
In today’s pluralistic society, you might often hear this response: “What is true for you is not true for me.” It is often spouted in response to an exclusive claim like, “Jesus is the only way to heaven.” Some people find it offensive that I would make such a claim. However, I would argue thatContinue reading “Does Truth Exist?”