by Rob Lundberg As a way of jumping back in the game, I thought I would go back to Square 1 and say that this
by Rob Lundberg Some folks think that morals are set forth by the culture. Just ask Nazi Germany or modern day Liberia where gangs are
by Rob Lundberg Jesus was not without critics back in the First Century nor is He without in the Third Millennium. Some say He was
by Rob Lundberg Thinking about how we come to know what we know (epistemology), and seeing the condition of the church in America operating more
by Rob Lundberg Have you ever read something like a letter, an email or anything else, and have missed the point of what the writer
There are many questions that are a challenge to the Christian faith, but this one came up the other night in a group that our family fellowships with. The person asking it during our group meeting really put some thought into it, and it is one worth our posting a response to it. Perhaps you have heard this one as well. Here is the question:
If God has infinite knowledge, WHY did He create beings that He foreknew would sin and then sacrifice His Son to redeem them?
by Rob Lundberg If you happened upon one of my recent posts on How to Recognize and Dismantle Self-Defeating Statements, this post will sound a
by Rob Lundberg Introducing Two Competing Philosophies You can listen to the podcast episode by this same title: Is Karma Compatible with a Biblical Worldview?
by Rob Lundberg This week has been a busy week getting back in to the normal day in and day out schedule (not one that
by Rob Lundberg Have you ever been involved in a conversation with someone who said something like this, “Muslims and Christians and Jews all worship
by Rob Lundberg The functional definition for science is that it is the search for knowledge of causes. Many atheists struggle with the thinking that
by Rob Lundberg What follows from the first principle of logic is its product known as truth. Of course if you have logical principles or laws