This is the audio of a friendly dialogue on Calvinism & Molinism.
This is the audio of a conversation I had on the compatibility of evolution and Christianity. First, we survey some of the popular views of creation (e.g. Neo-Ussherianism, day-age, observations of Moses, etc). Next, I argue that once we understand the Hebrew Bible in the literary context of the ancient Near East (ANE), most of the conflict between scripture and evolution evaporates. Questions range from death before the Fall, literal Adam, and dino footprints.
This is an interview I did with RED-C Catholic Radio in College Station. I discuss my faith journey, the importance of faith & reason, and my work with Ratio Christi at Texas A&M University. This episode was part of a project called Faith in the Workplace wherein RED-C interviewed representatives from several religious organizations at the TAMU campus. More information about this project can be found at the Faith in the Workplace website.
Also, just to pre-empt any rumours, I’m not Catholic. My (quite Protestant) beliefs can be found here.
(Or at least every question I could find)
This is a post that I started over a year and a half ago. I found it in my drafts. Here you go!
April 1, 2014
Ravi Zacharias came to Texas A&M for the 2014 Veritas Forum. A part of the lecture included a Q&A populated by questions on Twitter under the tag ‘#RaviTAMU’. Unfortunately, Ravi did not address all of them despite some of them being really thought provoking. Today, I scoured the #RaviTAMU tag and copied all the questions I could find. I’ve grouped them into similar categories.
A few weeks ago, for the first time, I used the word “feminist” to describe myself.
Not because something radical has changed about what I believe about women and men, but because I’ve realized that I’m no longer interested in hiding from a word in order to avoid other people’s ideas about that word.
Of course, it’s not quite fair to say that nothing has changed.
I listened to classmates declare that they have gotten “Him’d” out of male depictions for God. I announced my intention to refer to the Holy Spirit as “she” instead of “he” or “it.” (“You’re one of those people,” responded a friend.) I realized that I can’t stand words like “brotherhood” to describe the Christian family, and I cringe when a song refers to “men” and means the whole body of Christ. I have even started to wonder about words like “fellowship.” (I’m not…
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