Can We Know Truth?

“Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and the one who seeks finds, and to the one who knocks it will be opened.”

Alex – April 21, 2013

The Rights of the Sacred and the Profane

The Gay Rights movement is not, as many assume, similar to the Civil Rights and women’s suffrage movements.

Ben – March 24, 2013

If I Were Satan

If I were Satan, I would not want you to know this.

James – March 3, 2013

How About a Big Bowl of Reality Chex? (Part Duh)

What do you really know about what you believe? Do you base your convictions on something eternal and valuable or on your whims and wishes?

April – February 10, 2013

Hope for Today

Martin Luther King, Jr. knows the heart of hope: refusing the “isness” and reaching for the “oughtness.” For every notion of hope implies that there is something wrong with the world and declares that viable solutions exist.

Ben – January 20, 2013

How Can I Know God Exists?

There are many things that show evidence for the existence of God. It is generally excepted that if God does not exist, then everything we see and know came about by random chance. However. . .

Alex – December 2, 2012

A Republic, If You Can Keep It

Ben – November 21, 2012

Genuine Charity

Jesus, as both a model of living and a moral teacher, is often dragged into various political or cultural debacles to prove points or demonstrate hypocrisy; and unfortunately, the true meaning of His teachings are often lost in the process.

Ben – August 26, 2012