Three Worldviews and What They Mean

Three Worldviews and What They Mean

Everyone has a particular “worldview.” We each understand the way the universe works according to our own presumptions and the evidence we have seen. In the past, most people perceived the world to be flat. They believed that if one traveled to the world’s edge, they could merely fall off its side. When greater evidence…

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Does a Different Perspective Mean Christians Are Intolerant?

Christians Are Intolerant

My son shared a one-panel comic on Facebook showing two men standing on either side of a digit on the ground. One points at the image and says, “six!” The one on the opposite side points at the image and declares, “nine!” The point of the cartoon is that everyone sees things from their own…

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Science and Religion

More and more, we hear of it. It is a battle that has been waged for decades, if not centuries. It is the battle between scientists and the Bible. Scientists believe that their interpretations are correct because of their observations of the things that occur naturally. Most scientists, particularly those that aren’t Christians, believe that…

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Chuck Answers a Skeptic

I recently saw this question posted on Quora.com, a site that allows readers to ask questions and others to answer those question. Doesn’t a religion that takes a fundamental and literal approach betray a certain primitiveness, whether it is Christianity or Islam? What differentiates human beings from primitive beings is the ability to decipher metaphors,…

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