On Catholic Priests and Pedophiles

This is sensitive subject, I know. But I have thought about it and have done some reading. I have read statistics show Catholic priests are no more likely to sexually molest children than the rest of the population, but isn’t the point that they should be significantly less likely to do so? Then I read […]

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On Apologetics—Part 2

In the last post, I explained the dilemma Christians face in attempting to use reason to persuade non-Christians to faith in Jesus. Those who need redemption are unable to be persuaded because their fallen condition predisposes them toward suppressing the Truth. As a result, when the Apostle Paul took the gospel to the Greeks, he […]

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On Apologetics—Part I

When I was in college I was challenged by an atheist about why I believed what I believed as a Christian. As a result, I began reading everything I could find on apologetics. I read every book Francis Schaeffer wrote. I read Josh McDowell, Clark Pinnock, C.S. Lewis, and John Warwick Montgomery. I became familiar […]

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On The Homeless

I live in one of the largest cities in the U.S.A. Actually, I live and work downtown, so I have a fair amount of interaction with the homeless. Today, one of the homeless complimented me on my suit (and didn’t ask me for money). I had the same thing happen last week, twice. The homeless […]

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How Hollywood Enabled Harvey Weinstein

According to the recent news reports, the world now knows what those in Hollywood have known for years: Harvey Weinstein is (allegedly) a predatory, serial sexually harassing, pervert. The common denominator to all Weinstein’s alleged conduct is the presumption that women are merely objects who exist to be lusted after, used, and disposed of by […]

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