Questions in philosophy – science and religion

Many people think that science and religion are in conflict. Certainly, some religious beliefs can be in conflict with some scientific beliefs, but the question we’re going to discuss is whether science and religion, in general, are necessarily in a conflictual relationship. The issue depends partly on whether we take the claims of religion literally….

Why should one religion have the right to declare what is right and what is wrong?

Ankerberg: We’re going to continue with tough questions from students, university students, in the Far East, alright? And this question was asked, “Maybe, Ravi, we are all God. Maybe we are collectively God. And God is experiencing himself, herself or itself through us. Nothing is absolute. There are so many religions out there, so many…

Know Your Student’s Religious Freedom Rights

To the excitement of some and to the dismay of many others, school is back in session. With the return of school come many challenges that face Christian students. Navigating the world of religious freedom in schools can overwhelm anyone, that’s why we’re here to help. Here’s what you need to know. The First Amendment…

St. Joseph’s Indian School – Overview

Out here, on the plains of South Dakota, life is hard. Life on the reservation is even more difficult. It’s a tragic cycle of poverty and need, passed on to the latest generation by once-proud ancestors who have nearly lost the battle to retain their dignity, their culture, and most importantly their families. For Lakota…

I’m Not Accepted for My Religion

I’ve always been one of the only Jewish people in my town. I’m not super religious. My parents didn’t force their religion on me but I still believed in it. In elementary school a lot of kids went to church and there’s nothing wrong with that. Everyone’s allowed to have their own religion but they…