The 3 Stages of Jihad

  God is Good: Thankful For The Megaphone

  Don't Buy The Science Guy

  Thinking Allowed

  Relativism: Living In Candyland

  No Cleverness Required

  The Box God Needs To Be In

  Intellectual Honesty Personified

  Defrocking The Priests Of Scientism

  A Very Tiny Place In The Heavens (Part 4)

May 1, 2010

Welcome to True Horizon

Those of us who hold to a Christian view of the world are engaged in a battle about the priorities and direction of our culture. But our challenge is not personal.

It is a battle of ideas -- ideas that have monumental consequences.

When you are engaged in such a battle, it is easy to see why those who have arrived unprepared become easy targets. But they are not the easiest targets. The easiest targets to pick off are those who are wandering around the battlefield oblivious to the fact that they are in a battle at all. Unfortunately, too many Christians fit into one of these two categories. The mission of True Horizon is to do something about it.

My aim is to reach and teach about the Christian worldview not only to those who are seeking to learn more about it, but to those who live in ignorant bliss about the power, coherence and Truth that can be found in the worldview they already claim to hold.

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Defrocking The Priests of Scientism

Scientism -- the view that science, and science alone, is the only way to determine what is true -- is a religion for those who adhere to its tenets. Though they denounce faith and religious knowledge as personal, private, unknowable and non-sensical, the way they defend their scientific claims is exactly the same. The only difference is that scientific claims cannot make sense of things as we find them in the real world.


The Cries That Bind

Reflecting on the famously newsworthy doubts of Mother Teresa should not be a cause for skepticism. Instead, it helps us recognize that our yearning for God is a clue to life's meaning, and a thread that binds us together with an awareness that we share a common emptiness that only God can fill.



»   RT @timkellernyc: If your god never disagrees with you, you might just be worshiping an idealized version of yourself.

»   Though they are loathe to admit it, materialists have their clergy too -- who fancy themselves priests and prophets. {view link}

»   RT @touchstonemag: Retaking Mars Hill: Paul Didn’t Build Bridges to Popular Culture by Russell D. Moore {view link}

»   RT @touchstonemag: TS Archives: Ken Myers on "Poetic Knowledge: The Recovery of Education" by James S. Taylor {view link}

»   RT @touchstonemag: Retaking Mars Hill: Paul Didn’t Build Bridges to Popular Culture by Russell D. Moore {view link}

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