I’ve been thinking quite a bit since I clicked “publish” on the post just prior to this one about the potential can of worms that is opened when contentious issues like transgenderism and abortion are brought into any conversation. In that post, I used examples drawn from these very contemporary and very relevant topics to … Continue reading The Can of Worms
My overall goal is to speak not just to Christians but those non-Chritsians and non-theists who see the absurdity in this project but do not have the resources to deal with it or speak out against it. Those resources exist. They exist in the Bible, in the Christian worldview, and in the worldview substantiated by the bulk of our philosophical and intellectual heritage in the West. But to fight for them we must know them and understand them. And then, we must employ them.
The existence of a common basis for reason is often overlooked as a source of freedom. In our individualistic way of thinking about and defining freedom, we too often want to believe that being without boundaries is the definition of freedom.
Christianity has nothing to fear from attacks or alternative points of view. It should be ready and willing to accept any intellectual challenge because, when all the information is stacked up, no other worldview can account for it all.