Moral Arguments I: The Euthyphro Dilemma

By | apologetics, Defending the Faith, Philosophy

Morality, God, and the Euthyphro Dilemma Christians often appeal to the moral argument when speaking of the secular movement of our culture, and its (probably related) moral decay: “Without God,” one might say, “there is…

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Building a framework.

By | Blog Post, Defending the Faith

I’ve been watching the stream of the Defending the Faith conference all week. It’s been super.

One thing that’s caught my ear during the Q & A sessions is how many times the question is asked: “How would you answer _____ objection.”

Well, of course that type of question would be asked. It’s an apologetics conference after all. But, it feels a tad bit simplistic to me. There’s something missing from that type of question and I think I know what it is.

What I think’s missing is summed up in what David Calhoun said in his talk: “We should know something about those we minister to.” And, the “something” we should know is what their belief system looks like.

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