This year, I read the two main sections of John S. Feinberg's book Can You Believe It's True?. It has actually been very helpful for me personally. He has well defended Christianity against both postmodern and modern skeptics. As a rebuttal to postmoderns, he defended the correspondence theory of truth and the possibility of a … Continue reading Feinberg, Skepticism, and My Journey
I wanted to let reads here know that there have been some changes to my site. I still hope to blog, but my URL is changing as well as a couple other things. I will primarily just blog as a personal site, rather than "Biblical Worldview Musings." though that name on the blog will likely … Continue reading Changes to My Site!
How to determine what books should be included in the Bible is an important topic. This post introduces a multi-part series on criteria of canonicity.
I wrote this piece over at Proclaimanddefend.org. I share an alternate perspective on New York State right now. There are many people who need the truth! https://www.proclaimanddefend.org/2019/02/01/come-over-to-new-york-and-help-us/
Continuing my series from last year, the traditionalist position on Sunday has three additional considerations, including (1) Rev. 1's reference to the Lord's Day is insufficient to the traditionalist position, (2) Psalm 118 is not sufficient to provide a basis for rejoicing on Sunday, and (3) There is no necessity for there to be an anti-type of the Sabbath in the Church Age.