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Was Paige Patterson Presumed Guilty?

By Guest Contributor / February 11, 2019 / Comments Off on Was Paige Patterson Presumed Guilty?

By Ron F. Hale Who but Winston Churchill possessed the gall and grit to stare down the unified armed forces of Nazi Germany while inspiring his countrymen to endure their greatest struggle and suffering? Yet, after fighting Nazi forces on the beaches, in the air, on the seas and oceans, in the fields and in…

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Just Revolution

By Guest Contributor / March 29, 2014 / Comments Off on Just Revolution

Michael Tinney, a member of the 2013/2014 Roundtable in Ethics, explains the answer to the following question. Is the overthrow of an existing king, ruler, or government, if war or violence is necessary, ever biblically justifiable? Elements of a Just Revolution: 1. The cause must be just. This must be more than a disagreement with…

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Infanticide and Euthanasia

By Guest Contributor / January 15, 2014 / Comments Off on Infanticide and Euthanasia

Recently, Chris Haynes presented a very helpful paper in the Round Table in Ethics that dealt with infanticide and euthanasia. A clear understanding of the sanctity of life is something every Christian needs to know in order to strengthen his own faith and be equipped to help others see God in the world and society.…

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Scientific Thinking and Fallacies of Scientific Thinking

By Guest Contributor / December 27, 2012 / Comments Off on Scientific Thinking and Fallacies of Scientific Thinking

Recently, Randy Presley presented a very helpful paper in the Round Table in Ideology that dealt with scientific thinking. A clear understanding of scientific thinking and the fallacies associated with that is something every Christian needs to know in order to strengthen our own faith and be equipped to help others see God in the…

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The Place for Apologetics in Christianity

By Guest Contributor / December 17, 2012 / Comments Off on The Place for Apologetics in Christianity

There are two prominent theories regarding the use of apologetics. Recently, Adam Westerman presented a paper and the following succinct distinction between the two schools of thought. Personally, I am in much more agreement with the evidential and classical approach than with the presuppositional approach. Definitions of Pre-Suppositional v. Evidential Apologetics Adam Westerman 11-21-12

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A Christian Ethic of Ecology

By Guest Contributor / November 12, 2011 / Comments Off on A Christian Ethic of Ecology

Rick Harvey presented on this subject in The Ethics Round Table, and I thought it might be helpful to you. ChristianEthics.Ecology ChristianEthics Ecology2

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Genetic Engineering

By Guest Contributor / June 24, 2010 / Comments Off on Genetic Engineering

Recently Doug Gray presented a concise, detailed explanation of Genetic Engineering to the Roundtable in Ethics. He begins with the scientific research that forms the basis for the current biotechnology, with an explanation of terms and events along the way. He ends by considering the moral and ethical impact of this genetic altering technology. This…

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The Shack, a 2007 Novel by William P. Young

By Guest Contributor / December 29, 2008 / Comments Off on The Shack, a 2007 Novel by William P. Young

By Billy Wolfe Like many readers of this current best-selling novel, I was given a copy of The Shack by a colleague at work. She said her husband was teaching it in their Sunday School class. While I had not even heard of this book, I’ve since discovered that it is being given high profile…

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