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Smeared Mascara and Baby Steps

I now believe that as I learned more and more about the nature of God, it became easier for me to be more patient with my sister, to let my guard down and not expect the worst, and to both forgive and forget when things got rocky. Continue reading »

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In Defense of Miracles

While a thorough defense of theism is outside of the scope of this article, let us quickly consider some of the arguments for theism and against naturalism. Continue reading »

A Defense of the Argument From Motion

When I was first introduced to St. Thomas Aquinas’ Five Ways, I was unim­pressed. I was a junior attending Catholic high school, and, at the time, I did not be­lieve in God. Continue reading »

A Response to James Hunter's To Change the World

While Hunter asserts that Christians should not be trying to change the world, there is nuance, for he does not advocate or condone passivity. Continue reading »

The Alternative Lens of Revelation

As responsible thinkers in this society, then, it is important to endeavor to read [the book of Revelation] responsibly, keeping to the message as truly as we can. Continue reading »

The Lost Letters

Here lies a pair of letters reported to have been torn from a devil’s handbook. These writings were composed by the crafty demon known as Screwtape, who makes his unforgettable debut in The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. These letters, like the ones before them, shed light on the enigmatic essence of human nature, as […] Continue reading »

Why Study Theology?

An understanding of different religions is important in a world where theological beliefs enter into the political field on a regular basis. Continue reading »

The Rebellion of Faith

Christians do not know concretely how God will produce a favorable outcome from difficult situations, but they trust in Him because of evidence supporting His promise to do so and His overall track record throughout the Bible. Continue reading »

Calling a New Humanity

What was it about Jesus that allowed him to bring Jews and Greeks together into “one new humanity?” Continue reading »

Law, Craig, and Lewis on the Problem of Evil

The philosophers William Craig (a theist) and Stephen Law (an atheist) met in Westminster Central Hall to debate the existence of God. Within the discussion was an exchange on the Problem of Natural Evil. Continue reading »

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