Philosopher Michael Horner is a truth-seeker who promotes and defends Christianity on university and college campuses. His lectures, debates and articles provide carefully thought through arguments and evidence for the Christian faith as well as answers to objections.
Recently, he was invited to be a contributing author for the book Everyday Apologetics. He was thrilled to be a part of this project!
This book answers questions that so many people are asking in a readable and accessible way. Topics like evidence for God’s existence, the problem of evil, dealing with doubt, science & faith, meaning & purpose etc. The chapter he wrote is entitled “How Fine-Tuning Points Powerfully to God.” Check it out!
You can buy a printed version of this book in the P2C Bookstore.
Many people mistakenly think it is more loving and tolerant to be a moral relativist.
Since different cultures have different moral values, then morality must be relative to each culture, right? And to be truly tolerant we must hold that all moral views are OK, right? Not so fast. How much thought have you really given to these beliefs?
Is it possible that you know some actions are morally right or wrong even though you can't demonstrate it?