Jacques Ellul on ‘Christian’ Morality

Friends, I have been slowly reading The Subversion of Christianity by Jacques Ellul. I have to read it slow because it is full of amazing and complicated thoughts. I have written a couple of posts here concerning the manner in which Christians respond to not-Christians when the not-Christians say or do things that Christians find… Continue reading Jacques Ellul on ‘Christian’ Morality

The New Atheism and Morality

Friends, I am providing a link to the website of Ravi Zacharias and an essay called The New Atheism and Morality. Among the arguments espoused by atheists is one that suggests ‘morality is possible quite apart from the reality of God.’ In other words, atheists claim that their morality, moral as it no doubt is,… Continue reading The New Atheism and Morality

Ravi Zacharias on Atheism: Discerning Good and Evil

Friends, Last evening’s post had something to do with atheism and whether or not God exists. (Actually, the essay and my comments concerning the essay were not about whether or not God exists, but you’ll have to read the essay by Tingley to discern that. Anyhow, here is a youtube video featuring Ravi Zacharias. I… Continue reading Ravi Zacharias on Atheism: Discerning Good and Evil

10 More Really Bad Assumptions Made by Not-Christians: 21-35

Friends, I’m in a sort of writing kind of mood tonight so I’m going to share a little more of my list of things that tick me off (I’m smoothing out my language a little.) Here are numbers 21-35. 21. The assumption that all Christians are evil because of people like the folks at the… Continue reading 10 More Really Bad Assumptions Made by Not-Christians: 21-35