Monthly Archives: January 2013

Overcoming a Low View of Scripture

Bad Pro-Choice Arguments

Logical Fallacies or Fallacies in Argumentation

Paradoxical Propositions

‘Les Misérables’ and the Law of God

The Gospel at Stake: Revisiting the Roman Catholic-Protestant Debate

Slaying the Idol of Greed

Too Low, Too Human, Too Safe

You Can Never Ask Too Much

The Giglio sermon — he was right on all counts

Top Ten Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology in 2012

Going over the Moral Cliff

You Can Believe Because of the Evidence, Not in Spite of It

THE GIGLIO IMBROGLIO — The public inauguration of a new Moral McCarthyism

Where are all the people?

The Sanctity of Human Life

An Alternative to Micromanaging Your Children

Why didn’t Luke Include the Deaths of Paul, Peter and James in the Book of Acts? f-paul-peter-and-james-in-the-book-of-acts/

How Can the Gospels Be Eyewitness Accounts If They Include Thing s the Writers Didn’t See?

When Does Sports Become Idolatry?

How the devil spoke through Peter

A Promise to Live By

The Gospel and Same-Sex Attraction

Gospel-Sounding Legalism

What the Chronology of the Bible Reveals About the Problem of Pain