7 Points About Resolving the Question of God & Evil

Yesterday, someone who works for a radio station in California saw my post How Can a Good God Allow Innocent Children to Be Murdered? Subsequently, I was invited on the program to talk about the subject. Here are a 7 points I made in the radio interview: 1. When something tragic touches us, that’s when [Read More…]

How Can a Good God Allow Innocent Children to Be Murdered?

The age-old question that has tormented philosophers and theologians for centuries is resurfacing again . . . with new vigor. This time it’s emerging in the wake of the horrors of a mass murder of small children in Newtown, Connecticut. Regrettably, atrocities like this have been going on in our world since the Fall. And [Read More…]

Steve Brown Interviews Leonard Sweet & Frank Viola on Jesus

“For the first time, the authors discuss the one part of their book, Jesus: A Theography, where they disagreed — the part that didn’t make the final draft.” Click here to listen to it [Read more…]

The Swearing Christian

I received the following email on 11/27/12: The reason I’m writing has to do with the subject of the swearing Christian. It has become quite evident that a large portion of professing saints have little to no objections for the use of vulgarity. In my research, I’ve found men lauding the right as a Christian [Read More…]