In Matthew 7:1–6, Jesus gives us some interesting teaching. We see in this section that we are to “Judge not, that you be not judged”(v. 1). We are not to do so because, “For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you” … Continue reading To Judge or Not to Judge? Matthew 7:1-6
We see in the book of Judges a portion of Scripture that is quite difficult. An interesting fact about the book of Judges is that the people were without a king and did what was right in their own eyes (17:6; 21:25). So seeing a person make such a rash vow is not that odd. … Continue reading Jephthah and his Rash Vow: Judges 11:1-40
Many people do not think debating with other Christians or unbelievers is wise or good. Many think it is unbiblical and will not work at all. I do not think that this is an accurate statement or belief. I believe that we are to do this as faithful Christians. So, is debating, or reasoning with … Continue reading Is Debating Biblical?
When we study biblical anthropology we see it demonstrates humanity holds a special place in God’s created realm. When you study anthropology this way it will cause you to realize that we, humanity, are valuable and not just mere accidents. You will know that we were and are created. We did not just evolve from … Continue reading Moral Responsibility
Yesterday I introduced the moral argument and why it is a good argument for God’s existence. What I did not say is that anyone had to believe in God for them to be moral or live in a morally upright position. What is said is that for them to reject God they then reject any … Continue reading Moral Argument Part 2
This week and the next I will be presenting and elaborating on two of my favorite arguments for the existence of God. Neither are primarily derived from Scripture, but both are implicitly explained in Scripture. As the title suggests this week will be the Moral Argument. In the Moral Argument as Presented by William Lane … Continue reading Moral Argument
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. 1:1). This is possibly one of the most powerful verses in Scripture. I say this because it has three of the most important words found in Scripture in it. These are Beginning, Created, and the most powerful God. Why do I say these are … Continue reading An Amazing God