Bad Apologetics

Reading Time: 11 minutes A vague general theism is an incoherent position to defend because there’s a quantum leap of several orders of magnitude, from theism to Christian theism. Having a coherent message contained in the law and the prophets, allows the very basis of understanding why the cross and Resurrection can bring about Redemption to be understood in, what God prefigured in the law and in the giving of these prophecies.

Biblical Anthropology. Part 2.

Reading Time: 7 minutes The Early Church understood, the person as the resultant of body and soul, as an integral unit and not of that of two entities. In other terms, a human being is seen as one entity, composed of two distinct irreducible constituents where immortality of the soul was an alien concept to most

“wokeness” Part 3: – Politically Correct Policing.

Reading Time: 6 minutes All “Western” institutions of higher education have adopted and embraced some form of equality policy into the regulations they adhere to for self governance. However, questions concerning the negative effects of their implementation have arisen, regarding whether academic freedom, professorial prerogatives and the ability of faculty to teach and conduct research without risk of sanctions by official interference, or to professional disadvantage, are sustained by the members of its community.

“wokeness” Part 2: – The Cult.

Reading Time: 9 minutes “Cults are systems of social control. They are …….organizations whose aims (be they money, power, sex or something else) are rooted in submission to a dogma manifested by an authority figure: a charismatic preacher or, say, a tenured professor.” (Marzoni 2018)

“wokeness” Part 1: – Neo Tribalism.

Reading Time: 8 minutes Where things are at. Modern Western culture has become decadent, inasmuch as its unrestrained self indulgence has capitulated a previously imperfect temperance, to an enthusiastic purveyance of libertine freedom, manifested by an insistence of publicly advancing “Cultural Marxist” causes, namely; homosexual “marriage”, abortion, and philosophical and political multiculturalism amongst others. Continue Reading

“Logos” or “Not Logos”. That is the question.

Reading Time: 6 minutes The word λόγος, (logos, word Strongs NT 3056, one of the most widely used terms in the NT; 331 occurrences) has a huge semantic domain. In John’s Gospel Logos is a clear reference to Jesus. In the opening chapter and verse (John 1:1) the Apostle introduces the idea that Jesus is the Word.

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