If those who are criticizing your performance were actually great at theirs--I mean truly great--they would never dream of criticizing you. If, as it turns out, your critics truly have been proven to be superior in their performance, then what they are lacking is character. Let character trump performance.
What it is . . . Let me first give a simple working definition of philosophical theology. If philosophy is an attempt at a rational interpretation of reality, and if theology is the study of God, t… Source: Philosophical Theology: Why it Matters |
This article represents an ongoing study for me and will be updated from time to time. Western culture is yet awash in a detrimental subjectivism which stems from the impact of the modern turn to the subject. Before defining that phrase and more, it is important to confess my presuppositions. Enlightenment Still? As mentioned above, … Continue reading The Modern “Turn to the Subject”: An Ongoing Study
I found this article very interesting. It was written, of course, by an atheist but should be of great interest to thinking Christians. So, I would ask Christians, what brought you to belief in Christ? Is it reasonable to demand that God reveal Himself on our terms? Is there something to the Augustinian precept of … Continue reading What Would Make You Believe? | the superstitious naked ape
Ok, not that big of a surprize when a Democratic Senator endorses gay marriage, but you gotta love the brilliant reasoning behind his decision. He said, "Simply put, if The Lord made homosexuals as well as heterosexuals, why should I discriminate against their civil marriage? I shouldn't, and I won't," he wrote. It sounds so … Continue reading George Washington Rolling Over in His Grave!