In this family study, Pastor Nate Harlan addresses the ancient Euthyphro dilemma, which could be stated as: “Is what is morally good commanded by God because it is morally good, or is it morally good because it is commanded by God?”
Why would an omnipotent, omnibenevolent and omniscient God allow evil? But we all realize that a good author always creates a great villain. Without a great villain, we will not have a good story. Join Pastor Nate Harlan as we discuss what is called theodicy.
We’ve studied truth and beauty, so now we turn to goodness. Does the existence of evil make the existence of God impossible? Quite the opposite, for without God we could have no concept of evil. Listen in to our study led by Pastor Nate Harlan.
The presuppositions of Christianity are what makes science possible. So why do so many scientists instead embrace the empty promises of secularism? Listen in on our Family Study, led by Pastor Nate Harlan.
There is a lot in The State of Theology report to discourage us. How can self-confessed evangelical Christian be so confused about the basics of our faith? We take a look at some of the problems that affect the evangelical church that have led it to such an intellectual and moral backruptcy.
In this continuation of our family study discussion, we consider the important fact that the existence of logic depends entirely on the existence of God. This truth cuts away at any unbeliever’s argument, for any argument rely on logic, making the argument self-contradictory.