Why is the Christian worldview’s view of grief unique? “Christianity is the only worldview that makes sense of my pain.” — Esther Fleece, Author, No More Faking Fine In this video, Esther Fleece explains one way in which the Christian worldview is unique. She shows how the Bible actually makes sense of the suffering and grief that we experience in the hardest days of life. This video is part of a series titled “Answers to… Read More →Video: Why is the Christian worldview different when it comes to grief?
The Alfred Hitchcock movie Rope tells the story of two college classmates who murder their “inferior” classmate, inviting their friends over for a party to see if they can successfully hide their crime and demonstrate their own superiority. It’s a strange suspense movie (set entirely in one room) that keeps you on edge the whole time. The film is also a good reminder that “ideas have consequences.” In this scene, the party guests discuss whether… Read More →Strangeling Morality
To say that the Christian worldview is true is to say that it best describes the contours of the world as it actually exists. For example, Christianity says that the universe is a product of design and that this fact is observable by everyone, whether or not that truth has been suppressed by other commitments. Christianity’s correspondence with the observable moral order of the world is an aspect of Christianity’s justified true belief. As Francis… Read More →Your Morality, My Morality, Everyone’s Morality: In Defense of Moral Absolutes