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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 […]

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 […]

UPDATED: Upcoming Course: Christian Theology, Racism, and Social Justice

Update:  We are excited to announce that Dr. Alveda King, Kay James (President of the Heritage Foundation), and Ralph Reed (Founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition) will be joining us as special guests for this important class. Their unique and informed perspectives will provide tremendous insights into our current cultural tensions. If possible, we […]

How Do I Know that I Know?

In 2013, I had the privilege of participating in both a written and panel dialog/debate with K. Scott Oliphint of Westminster Seminary and Jason Lisle founder of the Biblical Science Institute. Oliphint is a theologian and Lisle is an astrophysicist. Both are proponents of the apologetic method of Presuppositionalism in the tradition of Cornelius Van […]

Is it Unbiblical to Argue for God?

In my earliest days of attempting to do apologetics, I was confronted in the church with the objection that relying on philosophy, particularly arguments for the existence of God, was not only unwise, it was unbiblical. Upon inquiring why, they attempted to persuade by pointing me to the Apostle Paul, who seems to discourage the […]

How Can We Know Immaterial Truths from Physical Realities?

Certificate in Philosophy

It is obvious from my experience that not everyone is interested in philosophy or philosophical questions. But there should be wide interest in an answer to the above question. I was taking my car in for an oil change dressed up in a suit and tie. The attendant asked me what I do for a […]


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