People believe things for many reasons. Yet which of these are good reasons? Sean shares the one good reason based on his interaction with a group of students.
Is anything theologically valuable lost when we portray Jesus clothed on the cross? Sean explores the theological implications of this often-ignored question.
What is the best way to respond to tough questions to your faith? Guest blogger Timothy Fox offers one invaluable tip.
Can it be dangerous to teach theology? Sean deeply believes in the importance of learning theology, but offers two concerns about teaching theology well.
How can we separate fact from fiction about Satan? What is he really like? Sean offers 4 quick insights about Satan from the Bible.
Is there any hope for our racially divided nation? Pastor Miles McPherson says Yes, and offers some practical steps for healing.
How can reincarnation be an argument for God? Sean explains how the complex process of reincarnation, if true, would point to an intelligent Mind.
Was it immoral to sacrifice animals, as practiced in the Old Testament? Sean offers some historical and theological context to address this Q thoughtfully.
Last week I had a public dialogue with the "Friendly Atheist." Rather than writing a critique of the dialogue, I decided to offer 3 areas of common ground.
Is Christianity something we can know to be true, like facts in history and science? Guest blogger Tim Stratton argues yes, once we understand biblical faith!