Breaking Through Christian Relativism

Webster's Dictionary defines relativism as "a view that ethical truths depend on the individuals and groups holding them". The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP) indicates that, "although there are many different kinds of relativism, they all have two features in common." 1) They all assert that one thing (e.g. moral values, beauty, knowledge, taste, or … Continue reading Breaking Through Christian Relativism

The Future Trend of Theology

It is obvious today that the current trend of theology and its study has led to a division among the Christian community. However, much worst, the post-modern form has led to a total distortion of the Biblical truths which laid the foundations for the development of Christian beliefs and the doctrines that are presented to … Continue reading The Future Trend of Theology

Theology and the Role of Interpretation

Theology is defined as the study of God. When theologians, or those that are involved in this area of study, communicate their findings, they do so from a point of interpretation. The correct place from which to base the interpretation should be the Scriptures. However, in the modern world in which we find ourselves, the … Continue reading Theology and the Role of Interpretation

The Source of Our Confidence

It goes without saying that we are living at a time of great uncertainty around the world. That which used to provide confidence and assurance seems to be dissipating, creating a void in the lives of those that held on to what now can be seen as a false sense of security. With this uncertainty … Continue reading The Source of Our Confidence

They Are Without Excuse

Man has chosen to draw a line with regards to those things that are to be accepted beyond the laws of nature. The inclinations towards a humanist perspective on life continues to influence man's ability to accept that which stands outside of logical and philosophical reasoning. It is the advancements of man that continue to feed … Continue reading They Are Without Excuse