Appendix 2 – Christianity and Culture

In this appendix to my paper "To Love God with All One's Heart Soul and Strength," I examine Neibuhr's categories of Christ and Culture, the Cultural Mandate, and various biblical motifs, arguing that Christians are called to be radically different and radically orientated towards each other in order to be an effective witness to the … Continue reading Appendix 2 – Christianity and Culture

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Appendix 1 -The Christian Worldview

In this first appendix of my paper "To Love God with All One's Heart Soul and Strength," I sketch the Christian worldview as best as I understand it. I briefly treat a Biblical view of metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics. My presentation is highly dependent on the work of John Frame and is very selective, only … Continue reading Appendix 1 -The Christian Worldview

To Love God with All One’s Heart Soul and Strength: a Christian Philosophy of Education

I recently had to summarize my approach to education for a class; here is the paper that resulted. Using Jeff Greenman's nine components of learning as the structural framework, I develop in this paper my own philosophy of education, employing a hypothetical school of ministry located in Vancouver to elucidate it in a concrete setting. Two … Continue reading To Love God with All One’s Heart Soul and Strength: a Christian Philosophy of Education

A Review of Can We Be Good Without God? by Paul Chamberlain

Paul Chamberlain’s Can We Be Good Without God is a contemporary expression of the morality argument for God’s existence. Through the format of a conversation between various characters, Chamberlain attempts to make a strong case for the existence of objective morality and from there to the existence of God as the only valid foundation for … Continue reading A Review of Can We Be Good Without God? by Paul Chamberlain