Do You Have To Stop Thinking To Be A Christian? A Response to Charles Lewis (National Post, January 26, 2011)

In an opinion piece titled “Less God, more excuses” in this day’s National Post newspaper (p.A15), Charles Lewis writes the following: “The most popular objection to religion is that it replaces thinking with sets of unproveable truths – and that the rules flowing out of those truths turn adherents into … Continue reading

How Not to Do Hermeneutics: A Response to Daniel Mann’s “Jesus: The ‘Begotten of the Father’” (Christian Research Journal 34(2), 2011, pp.8-9)

The writer to the Hebrews, in demonstrating the superiority of the Son of God to angels, quotes Psalm 2:7, saying, “For to which of the angels did He ever say:  ‘You are my Son, today I have begotten you’?” (Hebrews 1:5).  In this CRJ article, Daniel Mann calls this a … Continue reading