Since this website intends to narrow the scope of apologetic content to the most passionate and genuinely heart-felt expressions in the debate…
The moral clarity and passionate conviction about the deep meaning of life in this video is stunning.
You will not want to miss this one!
Deep moral courage combined with conviction on fire…
Thank you Star Parker!
“He was a burning and shining light...” – John 5:35
As Jesus’ words testify to the alluring combination of both intelligence and passion (regarding John the Baptist) so I personally cannot help but look with both hope and admiration at those philosophers, apologists and truth-seekers who likewise hold a similar confluence of personal qualities.
To that admiration, this blog is devoted.
It is often observed that “all truth is God’s truth“. This blog is a humble attempt to glean, gather and appreciate passionate, lively defense of the truth from the Christian worldview.
Because if Truth exists in our universe, then nothing demands more passion then the articulation and defense of that Truth. Nothing.
So this blog will contain little of drawn-out, dispassionate theoreticalism. Rather limitation will be made to include only the most demonstrably living and passionately relevant expressions of dialogue and debate.
For the sake of the one in whom “we live and move and have our being” – Acts 17:28
Seems to me that if we lose this battle, we’ve lost it all. Ideologies have enduring consequences and Christ-centered, passionate dialogue, engaging a culture bent on its own destruction is where it must begin.
I found this to be a fascinating, succinct, and well-presented lecture on the noted Existentialist philosopher, Albert Camus. While he rejected the label, (“No, I am not an existentialist. Sartre and I are always surprised to see our names linked…“) he is most often identified philosophically with that tradition.
Interesting and even hopeful connection to the French Huguenots.
Michael Ruze and Fuz Rana at Biola University debating the topic, “Are natural processes sufficient to explain the origin and complexity of the cell?”
Just the sheer brilliance of both of the debaters makes this one for the record books.
Thanks to J.W. Wartick for bringing this important debate to my attention.
This promising, humble young man has already learned the secret lessons of tragedy in the school of Christ. He truly deserves our prayerful support.
Read his blog here…