Reconciling Faith and Reason

This article has been modified to fit the audience of this blog from an essay written for the philosophy course, Christian Apologetics, at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Laws of Logic Faith and reason are often thought as being on two opposite sides of the philosophical spectrum. Christianity—indeed, all religions—are often considered to…

Homosexuality: Revealing the Sin and A Call to Repentance

Every human being is bound to a moral standard. That moral standard may originate from his or her rationality, a political affiliation, or a religious belief. Whichever standard our morals operate by, we are bound to abide by that standard alone. Whichever standard we claim, it would be intellectually honest of us to operate by…