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All We Need Is Love, But What Is It?

Happy late Valentine’s Day, the day of the year where everyone focuses on “love.” But do we really understand what love is? We hear the phrase thrown around a lot today that “Love is love.” Is that true? What is love, and how do we properly love others? Dr. Timothy Brown, Director of Southern Evangelical […]

Apologetics in the Heavy Truck Business

When you think of someone earning a doctorate at a seminary, what comes to mind? A pastor maybe? Or a missionary? Tom does have experience in the mission field, but largely uses his SES degree at work—as a business development manager in the heavy truck industry. His role covers two-thirds of the U.S. “It’s yielded […]

The Moral Argument for God’s Existence: Some Thomistic Natural Law Musings

Enjoy this blog pulled from the SES archives by Dr. Richard Howe, originally published at richardghowe.com. In continuing my discussion on theistic arguments, I would be remiss if I said nothing about the moral argument—surely the most popular argument for God’s existence currently making the rounds. Perhaps the most familiar, cogently set forth, and adroitly […]

What Does President Biden’s Pro-abortion Blitz Say About America?

What an extraordinary fortnight the first two weeks of the Biden administration has been.  “Sleepy Joe,” the invisible, “stealth” candidate, the moderate, sober antidote to the phalanx of progressively more progressive leftist democratic presidential candidates, has morphed into “whirlwind Joe,” firing off Executive Orders at a record-breaking pace including greatly expanding the U.S. taxpayers funding […]

5 Signs Your Church May Be Going “Woke”

For the past 3 months, I have received many, MANY emails from people sharing their encounters with Critical Race Theory (CRT) in their church and asking for help because they are afraid their church is going “woke.” These two notes represent the typical themes. Since George Floyd we have had “dissecting racism” discussions from the […]

The Soccer Field Is Her Mission Field

“It’s almost impossible in our day and age to evangelize without apologetics. You have to give people reasons to consider the message of the Bible.” Like many who share their faith, Ester doesn’t feel like some great apologist. But it’s in her conversations with people on the soccer field, in a coffee shop or even […]


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