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CBS's "EVIL": Learning to Live in the Midst of Tension

In a post-Christian society, old questions are framed in new ways. Historically, the problem of evil is a major barrier to thoughtful Christian belief. It is given major attention in Christian apologetics. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy states the problem like this: “The epistemic question posed by evil is whether the world contains undesirable states of affairs that provide the basis for an argument that makes it unreasonable to believe in the existence of God.” The problem can be described experientially or theoretically. It is not a question to be taken lightly. But this is not the post-Christian or postmodern way of describing the problem. Here the question takes a Nietzschian t

MIDWAY: The Heroism of Small Steps

One wonders today whether one can do Veteran’s Day without politicized jingoism. Today support for the military, the flag, and patriotism has itself become a culture war battlefield. Public affirmations of patriotism today seem to border on religious idolatry. A Christian believer must always be cautious against jingoism, a kind of Constantinian loyalty to state that undermines our priority of a kingdom witness and our citizenship to heaven. But excesses in this regard should not cause us to fail to appreciate the lives and sacrifices of our military. I never served in the military as my father did in the Navy. It is a life long regret. Such was the consequence of coming to age at the close

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