Abortion Apologetics Ethics Perspective

The Right Question About Abortion

In an opinion article published by the Bristol Herald Courier on October 28, 2014, the author, Daniel Lasris, encouraged voters to vote “no” on Amendment 1 on Election Day in Tennessee. This constitutional amendment, which is under great scrutiny by the media, gives the state government more power to regulate abortions in the state. Abortion […]

Apologetics Church Evil Morality Theology Tolerance

A Culture Without Covenant

Hebrews 6:13–20 (NET) 6:13 Now when God made his promise to Abraham, since he could swear by no one greater, he swore by himself, 6:14 saying, “Surely I will bless you greatly and multiply your descendants abundantly.” 6:15 And so by persevering, Abraham inherited the promise. 6:16 For people swear by something greater than themselves, and the oath serves […]

Depravity Grace Theology

No Man Can…

Some would say that at the heart of Calvinism or the doctrines of Sovereign Grace, is the Unconditional Election of God’s people. Although I would agree that that is the doctrine by which begins the controversy of this Reformed way of understanding what happens when people are saved, it doesn’t lie at the heart of […]

Apologetics Morality Perspective Theology

A Loss of Southern Hospitality

In a culture that has always prided itself on words like honor and respect, I sense an awful turn in the tide, a loss of Southern hospitality. I live in the Southern United States. It’s all about being polite and friendly here. At least it used to be. I have noticed a prevailing wind. It’s […]

Apologetics Atonement Cosmological Evil Morality Teleological Theology

If God, Why Sin?

There is a great deal of apologetic energy given to providing evidence for the existence of God, and rightly so. If there is no belief in the existence of God then there is no need of faith in him as a Savior. Furthermore, there is a great deal of thrust toward the evidence of New […]