Theodicy: Answering the Toughest Questions

Depression - Theodicy

The problem of Theodicy and the eternal search for answers This is part one in a multi-part series on theodicy and understanding suffering. I haven’t fully mapped out the direction this will go, so consider it a work in progress!   Suffering is a common part of our world and yet attempting to understand why […]

Understanding the Politics and Apocalypticism Behind the Evangelical Support of Israel

*** Please note, this is a primer for discussion and not the final research product. ┬áThis is the product of a question raised in class one evening and is used to keep the discussion going *** Some, not all, Evangelicals may at times have anti-Semitic leanings and many will say that Jews will not be […]

Setting Expectations for Intellectual Discourse

After meeting with an awesome group of students this week, I’m quite excited about teaching this semester. Keep in mind, I teach courses in religious studies from an academic perspective and being that I am approaching something “faith” based from an academic perspective, there are bound to be differences of opinions on how any one […]