Secular Morality: The Euthyphro Dilemma Makes Me Barf

I enjoy conversing with people that don’t agree with me. At least the friendly ones. Exchanging ideas and meeting the difficult challenges to our worldview is the only way we can really have any confidence that it is a true description of reality. I recently had a conversation with a friend in which it was … Continue reading

Books Make Me Barf: Cold-Case Christianity

“The answers are available; you don’t have to turn off your brain to be a believer. Yes, it is possible to become a Christian because of the evidence rather than in spite of the evidence. Many of us have done just that. ~J. Warner Wallace, Cold-Case Christianity I’ve always been somewhat of a skeptic in … Continue reading

Barfing Makes Me Barf

WordPress recently wished me a happy anniversary.  I published 33 posts in 2012, which kind of surprises me.  I didn’t figure I’d keep it going for a year.  While I certainly tapered off on the number of posts near the end of 2012, largely because my mind was distracted with some work-related shenanigans, I actually made … Continue reading

WWHD: What Would Hitler Do?

Cheeky.  I know.  Most Christians like to operate on the WWJD premise.  However, a favorite apologist of mine, Greg Koukl, would argue that in order to know what Jesus would do in any given situation, you’d have to know what Jesus did in history.  He’s right.  It seems a lot of the time we prefer to operate on … Continue reading

I Make Myself Barf (but only the dry heaves)

I’ve had my non-Christian friends tell me that the Doctrine of Original Sin is a myth.  We’re capable of good on our own.  I just can’t buy it.  I think people are only capable of good because some of God has rubbed off on them.  I mostly make a mess of that, but maybe there … Continue reading