Assessing David and Jonathan’s “Love Story”: An Antidote to Bad Bible Usage

Assessing David and Jonathan’s “Love Story”: An Antidote to Bad Bible Usage

In light of recent happenings such as the majority decision of the Supreme Court on gay marriage, the growing public acceptance of a homosexual lifestyle, and many people’s lack of clarity on sexuality from a biblical perspective, it seems apropos to revisit and reflect on our biblical belief about sexuality. Not long ago a few messages were given

Sitting with the Sages: Justice, Ethics, and Adventism (Part 2)

Sitting with the Sages: Justice, Ethics, and Adventism (Part 2)

Most people have an idea of what justice is, what it should look like, and how it should operate on a day-to-day basis. Unfortunately, a just society has eluded us from that fateful moment when through our progenitor’s logic and the bite of an apple, a world was unveiled that was full of iniquity, and hence, inequity. Fortunately for all of us, a p

Sitting with the Sages: Justice, Ethics, and Adventism (Part 1)

Sitting with the Sages: Justice, Ethics, and Adventism (Part 1)

The Greek philosopher Socrates was known as the gadfly of the state because he attempted to “sting” his Athenian contemporaries into consideration of the justice and rightness of their actions. In his book Socrates Meets Jesus: History's Greatest Questioner Confronts the Claims of Christ, Peter Kreeft addresses the gadfly phenomenon by exploring Je