The word apologetic doesn’t mean what it sounds like. It comes from the Greek word ἀπολογία–to speak in defense of one’s worldview. In our case, Christianity. Therefore, when discussing the 4 different types of apologetic systems, I am referring to the various methodologies Christians use to defend their faith. Are you ready to learn? Let’s begin. The… Read More 4 Apologetic Methods for God’s Existence
Nietzsche’s work at first glance seems scholarly and erudite, but after careful analysis, its filled with enigmatic aphorisms that are oftentimes contradictory and incoherent. Of course, Nietzsche embraced contradictions because he presupposed humans were irrational creatures trying to find universal truth through “pounding uncertainty into straight arrows.” He wrote about this in his book Human,… Read More Nietzsche’s Philosophy is Self-Defeating and He Admits It
Before I argue that God is the best explanation for moral values, I want to first clear up four misconceptions that people have regarding morality. You do not have to believe in God to perform moral actions. An Atheist can give his wife flowers on Valentine’s Day, be a crying shoulder for a friend, or give… Read More Is God the Basis for Morality? Part 1
A worldview is defined as, “a particular philosophy of life or conception of the world. It’s the way one perceives the reality they live in.” A worldview gives an individual a perspective of their reality, which leads to developing values, priorities, decisions, and how one applies it into their lives. Here are some questions a… Read More What is a Worldview and Why is it Important?