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The Objective Source of Morality

This is just an initial thought on forming the argument for the objective source of Good. For morality to hold any true value, as it seems to hold, there must be something which gives it its objective nature. It can not be demonstrated that morality is relative. Only in the sense of the application of […]

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What is the Relationship Today Between Christians and Jews?

What is the state of the relationship between the Christian and the Jew? Perhaps it is best to start from the understanding which the Apostle Paul provides in Romans 10:11-13. “For the Scripture says, Everyone who believes on him will not be put to shame, since there is no distinction between Jew and Greek, because […]

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Does an all-powerful God have to act to be in control?

Thoughts on the nature of God. A brief consideration of God’s all-powerful characteristic. Trying to understand the nature of God is a daunting task. There is only so much about God that we can ever hope to come to understanding without a full revelation of himself to us. God has revealed himself to us through […]

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The “God Commands ‘Kill a Child'” Hypothetical: Part 2: In Context

Now that we understand what we must do in considering the Christian response to the “God Says Kill a Child” hypothetical, let’s apply these rules and conduct some rational analysis of its implications. First thing’s first, we must put this hypothetical into proper context. We will call the individual Christian being asked the hypothetical within […]

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The “God Commands ‘Kill a Child'” Hypothetical: Part 4: Conclusion

So now we have the response, and we understand that if the full context of the Biblical Judeo-Christian Worldview is accepted as true, a person who is commanded by God to kill a child is morally justified and morally good in so doing, what are the implications of this outside of the Christian context? If […]

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