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THEOLOGY

Guilt versus Shame has been a specific issue I've been considering. For a long time, I considered them synonymous. Through discussions with other people, counselors, and my reading; I've come to realize they are different. Different not in just how they are defined, but different in their core. Definitions Guilt is defined by Webster as: : the fact of having committed a breach of conduct especially violating law and involving a penalty Read more...
I've been thinking heavily on the Kalām Cosmological Argument. I'm finding it a fairly significant and well reasoned defense for the existence of God. I understand that there are fundamental arguments against this, but from a simple reasoned defense, it is very compelling. Most defenses against this argument for God tend to require a bit of mental gymnastics that go against Occam's Razor. The Argument First, let's define the argument. Read more...
The other day, I listened to a podcast from Preston Sprinkle speaking to questions provided by some listeners. The first question asked, “Has relativity disproved predestination of the Calvinist tradition?” Preston's answers were good within the realm of his expertise, but left me highly lacking. I'd like to offer my thoughts. Note: I am not a theologian, philosopher, nor a scientist. But I have given this quite a bit of thought and I think where I land is substantially reasonable. Read more...
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