Morality as Natural: Why the “I don’t need a god to be moral” critique fails

Rather than continue the series on the moral argument with further takeaways—they are too numerable to include in a single post, and it would begin to look silly having a 10-part series—I have decided to develop these ideas as separate … Read more

Building a framework.

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.