Monthly Archives: October 2009

The reason for hope: One woman’s bravely told story of forgiveness

“Always be ready to give a reason for the hope that is in you.” 1 Peter 3:15 In today’s The Reason for Hope we hear from a woman whose story is evidence that God never leaves our side, even when … Continue reading

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Moral realism and our rights and liberties, part 2

Is there a real basis from which to extend rights to every individual? Do we have evidence that there is moral truth, that our rights are real and not made up, that our indignation is not delusion?  In part 1 … Continue reading

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Moral realism and our rights and liberties, part 1

If civil rights and liberties matter to you, then moral realism matters to you.  If moral realism is not true, civil rights and liberties do not truly exist and social justice is a myth (as is the meaning of life and … Continue reading

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Apologetics: Because the unexamined life is not worth living

If you have nagging or fascinating questions about the meaning of life (or what our purpose is), if there can be one true religion, if faith and reason conflict (is faith blind?), if creation and evolution conflict, if there is … Continue reading

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