“How can we discuss, debate and even disagree with one another on sensitive issues like this one without it devolving into name-calling, inflammatory rhetoric or character assassination? In other words, how can followers of Jesus work through this issue in a way that honors His prayer in John 17 for unity among His followers?”
William Dembski and Christopher Hitchens debate the existence of God
“Unfortunately, the marketing team behind of Call of Duty: Black Ops would’ve, in all likelihood, been fired had they based their campaign on Lewis’ account.”
Evolution? Scientific Creationism? Intelligent Design? Where do Christians stand??
“What is the church’s stance on evolution and intelligent design?” “Why does God command killing in the OT?” “Did Judas have a choice whether or not to betray Jesus?”
“The question this time is about whether or not it’s okay for husbands to stay at home while wives work. As has come to be expected, Driscoll’s answer is anything but uncontroversial…”
“Somewhere along the way, mainline churches figured out how to fit into
mainstream society and we decided that facing scorn and ridicule wasn’t
necessary anymore. Shame on us, especially United Methodists, because
anyone who’s read Methodist history knows that our church didn’t start
out that way. We began as an unasha…medly evangelical movement– one
that, frankly, didn’t care if it fit society’s religious expectations
or not.” -Shane Raynor
Female spies allowed to use sex as a tool of espionage, according to Israeli Rabbinic ruling.
My response to some good points raised in Chad’s previous post.