Review: Conscience and Its Enemies

Conscience and Its Enemies Robert P. George Amazon The Christian worldview, in essence, is centered around the image of God in man. From the idea of moral law, which can be framed in the context of relationship with a holy God, to salvation, which can be framed in the context of restoring this broken relationship, to the idea [...] [...]

Worldview Week 3: Christian Worldview

I’m going to be blogging through the worldview class I’m teaching for our homeschool coop through the next year in this series of posts. Each week I’ll post the class outline and notes. Outline [gview file="http://www.thinkinginchrist.com/media/worldview/03-Christian%20Worldview.pdf"] Thoughts From this Week’s Class Tolerance is a major catchphrase in our world — in fact, it’s like the water we swim in. [...] [...]

On Sex Selective Abortion

Now, get past that wrenching feeling in your gut and tell me why sex selective abortion seems so wrong. If you can’t, then it’s time to take a long hard look at your worldview. If you’re counting on an emotional reaction to tell you this is wrong, then you’re counting on a chimera that will soon fade [...] [...]

Homeschool Theology 06: Man

In this class, we covered the nature of man —how and when he was created, the relationship between men and women, the meaning of “the image of God,” and why Adam was placed in the Garden. This is all related to man’s condition before the Fall. [...]

Being Owned by Our Creations

Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.” -Genesis 1:26 But what does being [...] [...]

Review: Created in God’s Image

Created in God’s Image Anthony A. Hoekema This 220 page book deals primarily with the doctrine of anthropology, or rather the position and place of man in God’s creation. The language is not heavily technical, so its suitable for the average reader, and not just for those who are steeped in theological thought. Dr. Hoekema begins his book [...] [...]

Review: Created in God's Image

Created in God’s Image Anthony A. Hoekema This 220 page book deals primarily with the doctrine of anthropology, or rather the position and place of man in God’s creation. The language is not heavily technical, so its suitable for the average reader, and not just for those who are steeped in theological thought. Dr. Hoekema begins his book [...] [...]