Tag Archive: morality

Politically correct death and moral relativism

Like virtually every important issue that polarizes people, the conflict over abortion is at its core a moral one. Though some may see it as morally one-sided such that only those who oppose… Continue reading

Questions for non-Christians #7

In what world would torturing a child for fun be acceptable? None, you say? “None” seems to be the obvious answer, but I can actually think of one. I’ll get to that in… Continue reading

Atheist Memes Answered – Why should I be decent?

From where cometh decency? And how do we knoweth what is decent and what is indecent? Furthermoreth, why oughteth we be decent? One thing is for sureth, atheism has no good answers. Music:… Continue reading

More moral than God?

I’m not a collector…no coins, stamps, clown figurines. Sometimes I’ve thought it might be fun to have a collection of something, and then I think about having to dust it all. Well, I’ve… Continue reading

Rancor, righteousness, and redemption

This is good, all this divisiveness, public shaming, and indignant moralizing. You know why? Because when someone implies that I’m a cruel and heartless hypocrite, I actually examine myself to see if the… Continue reading

Oh, those crazy Christians

A year or so ago I was interacting with an atheist blogger, and after reading his list of objections to faith in God I boldly asserted my intention to answer each of them.… Continue reading

Exploring the rocky reefs

                    All aboard! 🙂 Thanks for joining me again on this potentially perilous passage to prudent professional policies and practices in a progressively prurient… Continue reading

Moral argument for God in the news

What do Afghan rapists and a 14-year-old Texas “clockmaker” have in common? Well, the young American boy who got into some trouble for bringing to school what he said was a homemade clock… Continue reading

Confidence, courage, and convictions

  Please consider something with me: Do you suppose that the stench that is ISIS, or Al-qaeda, or any Islamic terrorist group for that matter, would have had the same level of success… Continue reading

Does evil need God?

  “questions about values—about meaning, morality, and life’s larger purpose—are really questions about the well-being of conscious creatures.” – Sam Harris, The Moral Landscape         The moral argument for God’s… Continue reading

Oh, those crazy Christians

A year or so ago I was interacting with an atheist blogger, and after reading his list of objections to faith in God I boldly asserted my intention to answer each of them.… Continue reading