Do Moral Differences Contradict Moral Absolutes?

Moral Absolutes

One of the arguments for the existence of God is that there needs to be a measurement for moral law. A moral law requires a moral law-giver. This requires that morality is objective and not […]


What We Can Learn From The Donald Trump Controversy

Donald Trump

As a Canadian, I hesitate to speak about American politics. I usually don’t even address Canadian politics. However, the current presidential race has been very tempting. The most recent event in a bizarre race has […]


How Can We Know Objective Morality?

Objective Morality

The nature of morality, whether it is objective or subjective, is one of the most important topics of today. Brett Kunkle of Stand to Reason does a great job of explaining how we can know […]


After-Birth Abortions and Infanticide

Philosopher Peter Singer is famous for advocating infanticide, acknowledging that if it is okay to kill a baby in the womb, nothing magical happens in the journey down the birth canal.  Recently, two ethicists, Alberto […]


Richard Dawkins’ God Delusion

Apologetics and Theology

Exposition Richard Dawkins is one of the most outspoken of what is commonly called the new atheists.  As one of the “Four Horsemen of the New Atheism” (along with Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris and Daniel […]


Roots of Morality

In “The Roots of Morality: Why Are We Good?”, Richard Dawkins attempts to look at morality as being possible without religion.  He starts off with examples of hate letters by “Christians.”  What is the point […]


Cruel Logic

What is the basis of morality?  It it simply biological or sociological?  Or is it based on something more objective?  This video written and directed by Brian Godawa asks this question in a powerful manner.


Does God Exist?

This is the sermon that I preached on Sunday about the existence of God.  Please note that this is a sermon and not an academic lecture.  But I thought people might find it interesting.  If […]