The argument that ‘all people are children of God’ is inconsistent with the use of the term in the Bible in which the concept is developed to apply exclusively to believers.
One of the ongoing social conflicts in Western countries with Christian roots concerns abortion. This paper seeks to provide another Christian perspective on this issue and includes some unconventional thoughts.
ALice Cooper describes how Jesus saved him from a premature ‘rockers’ death from alcoholism.
An American College of Pediatricians review of the impact of Transgender Idoelogy in Paediatric practise had concluded that the ideology is not based on sound science and is producing large scale child abuse. Professionals are using the myth that people are born transgender to justify engaging in massive, uncontrolled, and unconsented experimentation on children who have a psychological condition that would otherwise resolve after puberty in the vast majority of cases. Today’s institutions that promote transition affirmation are pushing children to impersonate the opposite sex, sending many of them down the path of puberty blockers, sterilization, the removal of healthy body parts, and untold psychological damage. These harms constitute nothing less than institutionalized child abuse.
The medical debate regarding euthanasia in Australia heavily favours naturalism as a worldview within a framework which excludes supernaturalism (a spiritual wordlview) via an exclusive claim to being rational and evidenced-based. Terms such as MAID (medical assistance in dying) verbally sanitise the proposed medically assisted killing or suicide. The most powerful spiritual arguments which should be considered are those which question exclusive naturalism.
Jon Zens believes 1 Timothy 2:11-12 has been used inappropriately to silence women in the church for over 1500 years and proceeds to expose the fallacies of this interpretation
There are numerous contemporary issues needing disciplined Christian thought today if they are to be properly understood.
An Antediluvian Rumour, is a poem written by James Fratzia and published in thedebriefing.net. It’s subject is apparently inspired by the study of Lamech and others prior to the flood in Genesis 6
How can we know things reliably and chose freely when our reason, memory, interpetation of our experience, our traditions, our systems of belief and our scientific endeavours are inherently unreliable. What if we can discern things spiritually and we have things revealed to us directly by and all-knowing God. Would our will then be genuinely free?