Over the Christmas break my family went on a trip to Washington D.C. We made the trip primarily to see the Museum of the Bible, which was very cool, but we also spent a good bit of time visiting other national buildings, monuments, and museums. I was stunned by the numerous references to God in … Continue reading Jefferson’s Wall
This last Tuesday a man walked into a police station in Redding, California and confessed to a murder which he had committed 25 years ago. In an interview with a local TV station just before he turned himself in, Brian Hawkins, a 44-year-old from Shingletown, told reporters that his faith in God and "overwhelming feelings … Continue reading When Current Events Accidentally Dismantle the Evolutionary Explanation of Guilt
It is commonplace these days to hear people of all worldviews suggest that religions are all equally true. The Freudian may say that all religions help us cope with life struggles and uncertainty. The inclusivist Christian may say that there seems to be more alike than different between our faith and the faiths of Muslims, … Continue reading Can All Religions be Equally True?