Did Paul Really Mean Women are ‘Never’ to Teach Men?

When Paul wrote to Timothy about women in his new church in Ephesus, he restricted women to teach or have authority over men. Is this something that is supposed to endure for all time and all women?

By |March 20th, 2019|blog, writings|15 Comments

Does Christianity Oppress Women? How biases influence views

Many women I have encountered over the years perceive the Christian faith as one that oppresses women. Some will not even consider Christianity as a reasonable religion to place their faith in because of this presupposition. Is this a fair assumption? These prejudices do exist, yet I will show that they stem from a […]

By |December 27th, 2017|blog, writings|12 Comments

The Demise of Western Civilization – a historical perspective

How did the United States get to the point where murderous attacks against students in schools have become common? Too many of these horrific events have occurred in the past decade. Everyone is asking: “Why is this happening?” The answer is not simple, but may I suggest to you it has a lot to […]

By |April 9th, 2014|writings|24 Comments

The Thoughtlessness of Relativism

It’s mainstream in our culture to hear people say things like “you have your truth, and I have mine,” or “there is no one right way, there are many.” This is relativism. On the surface, it sounds kind and tolerant, but if you dig deeper, you’ll discover that although this idea is broadly accepted, […]

By |February 1st, 2014|writings|Comments Off on The Thoughtlessness of Relativism

Miracles Do Happen

The most common objection to the resurrection of Jesus Christ is that miracles are impossible. A miracle is a supernatural event that can’t be explained by natural laws (science) because it transcends those laws. Since the resurrection was a miracle, trying to explain it scientifically won’t work. There are good reasons to believe this […]

By |November 12th, 2013|writings|Comments Off on Miracles Do Happen