Love and Knowledge

There is a close connection between love and knowledge. To be loved and yet not to be known is terrifying. One would always doubt if the lover of one would continue in that love if he or she were to know all that there was to know of one. If he or she would just […]

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“Why Our Children Don’t Think There Are Moral Facts” A Response

This is a guest post by David Park, a philosophy graduate of Rutgers University and a Masters of Divinity Student at Westminster Theological Seminary.  The New York Times recently released an opinion piece by Justin McBrayer which sharply diagnoses the trend of current K-12 education in America. He writes that it raises students who enter […]

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The (Not So) Great Debate: Revisiting Ken Ham Vs. Bill Nye

In February of this year a debate was held between Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis and Bill Nye “the science guy” of early 90’s television fame. This debate was no small spectacle with nearly 800 thousand people tuning in to the livestream of the debate and an additional three million views on Youtube. The […]

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On God and Relevance

I remember the first time I picked up a book by Cornelius Van Til. I thought he was opaque, and almost entirely incomprehensible. Even until today I find reading him a challenge, yet every time I read Van Til I come across new insights – paragraphs that failed to make sense to me a year […]

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