The argument can be summed up in this way, “does the bible endorse slavery? If so, isn’t that an indictment against God’s perfect moral character? Therefore, the God of the bible cannot both: endorse slavery and be moral.” Let’s see if the bible “endorses” slavery and what the bible means when using the term, “slavery.” Continue reading Q:What About Slavery In The Bible?
The way that Abraham responds to God’s request is telling because Abraham had the most at stake. Continue reading Q: How Could God Command Abraham to Kill His Son?
This is a repost of an excellent article written by A Joubert, at Apologetics Canada. Nietzsche has had a vast influence … Continue reading Impending Night: Nietzsche on Christianity
~ I’m convinced that human value is so powerful, that with this single assumption most of the objective moral values and duties, we are directly aware of, can be constructed and sustained; the question is not if humans are valuable, rather what is the basis for believing this assumption in the first place? ~ Continue reading Does Our Direct Awareness of Ethics Point Us To God?