As more and more carbon gases are being pumped into the atmosphere, and fossil fuels expected to run out in the next few decades, clean energy is becoming more and more necessary. In addition to being good for the environment and humanity as a whole, clean energy technology is also really interesting. Solar, wind, nuclear, … Continue reading Clean and Renewable Energy
Self-driving cars are really cool. They can drive you anywhere you need or want to be while you nap, talk on the phone, or binge watch Netflix. You have probably heard that autonomous cars will reduce car accidents by a lot. That’s true, but there might be some things you didn’t think about. Approximately 5 … Continue reading Are Autonomous Cars Good or Bad?
(Photo by Philip Schroeder on Unsplash) Awe by Paul David Tripp is a book about awe. Awe controls what we do and how we live. When we live in pursuit of the world, we become more like the world. Living in awe of God makes us more like Him. This book is about how all our happiness, contentment, … Continue reading Awe by Paul David Tripp – Book Review
Recently, I’ve read some things attacking Free Will and God from Genesis 1-3. It really annoyed me that they misinterpreted the Bible or committed logical errors to attack God, and so I wrote an essay about why I thought they were wrong. Hope I get extra credit! So first, I need to define free will. … Continue reading In Defense of Free Will
Larry Hurtado’s book God In New Testament Theology is a discussion of how the New Testament handles “God” (Hurtado uses quotes in the book). In this book Hurtado is most interested not in the veracity or implications of who God is, but rather in what the text portrays as the belief and experience of the … Continue reading Review – God in New Testament Theology by Larry Hurtado
Arminians blow my mind. They are a group of Christians who believe strongly in free will, and they believe God does not control their will. They believe that God has not chosen who will be a Christian, and that people make the choice themselves whether they will follow God or not. The people on the … Continue reading Responding to Kevin Jackson’s “Arminian Principles for Interpreting Romans 9.”