Adam And Eve Were Never Perfect

There’s a common misnomer applied to Adam and Eve regarding their pre-Fall nature, and you’ve probably heard it before.  The statement is that before the Fall, Adam and Eve were “perfect”.  Now, before you sharpen your heretic-probing pitchforks I’m not stating that Adam and Eve were created sinful or anything other than “good” (as GodContinue reading “Adam And Eve Were Never Perfect”

The Great Irony of Denying Human Depravity

The Biblical teaching of human depravity is in direct opposition to the postmodern view so prevalent in the West. Postmodernism teaches that man is the standard of right and wrong, and by logical extension, naturally good.  The argument is focused on whether our negative actions are the result of our genetic disposition or the environmentContinue reading “The Great Irony of Denying Human Depravity”

Why the Trinity is a Bad Argument for Trichotomy

Attempts to glean from Scripture what it means to be human has brought about two prominent views.  Dichotomy, which sees that man was created with two aspects of our nature, body and soul, and that soul and spirit are both Biblical terms given to explain our spiritual nature.  The other is Trichotomy, which holds thatContinue reading “Why the Trinity is a Bad Argument for Trichotomy”