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"Some Objections" - Chapter 2 of Mere Christianity, in audio/video form.

I found this a while back (like probably almost a year ago now if you can believe that…) and just never had the time to actually watch it until now.   178 more words


Celebration of Sin and the Sovereignty of God

© Curtis I. Crenshaw 9 July 2015

It was wicked enough to have a run-away court declare same gender “marriages” legal, but the Whitehouse celebrated it with the rainbow colors. 653 more words

Moral Law

The Rock of Our Salvation (John 7:53-8:11)

On Sunday, July 5, 2015, Pastor Joe Troutman preached the sermon, “The Rock of Our Salvation” from John 7:53-8:11.

God has mercy on whom he will have mercy. 545 more words



It was, for me, a sad day indeed when I heard that America, the leading nation of the world announced that their Supreme Court had granted their approval on same sex marriages.   616 more words


The Decision is Void

Just so that we are all clear with respect to the SCOTUS ruling yesterday: the decision is contrary to reason, contrary to the laws of men throughout history, and contrary to the law of God. 165 more words

Veritatis Splendor

“To advance in morality, ..would really be to move toward its disappearance… . [T]he goal would be the nothingness or the abolition … of morality and consciousness itself; but to approach ever nearer to nothingness means to diminish” – HEGEL ON A MORALISM THAT RESULTS IN DEATH DRIVE TAKING OVER IN THE WRONG WAY (via friedrich-hegel) http://ift.tt/1HkX73O

Is rejection of moral absolutes emotional rather than intellectual?

In the last several posts, I have tried to paint a picture showing that without God, morality is entirely subjective.  Thus, without God, differences in moral standards are no more that differences in personal preferences. 505 more words