Author Archives: Scott Chandler

About Scott Chandler

As a trained academician, Scott speaks to the issues of our culture with an emphasis on apologetics.

Hitting The Spiritual Reset Button

There are two theories about human nature. One is that man is essentially good and occasionally screws up. The other is that man is essentially depraved, born with a fatal error in his nature, and any good that he does … Continue reading

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Every Man’s Desire For Eternal Significance

I had not revisited my high school in years. So on a trip to my hometown I decided to enter that old war zone of my adolecense. You’d think after 26 years I would feel dominant enough to own the … Continue reading

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Is Becoming A Christian Committing Intellectual Suicide?

  There is a notion in our culture that if you become a Christian, you are committing intellectual suicide. It accuses Christians of “ignorant bliss” and checking one’s brain at the door when walking into a church. The charge is summarized … Continue reading

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Is It Politically Expedient to Forsake Christ?

Billy Joel wrote a song in the 1970’s called “Only The Good Die Young”. In the song is a lyric that goes, “they say there’s a heaven for those who will wait, some say it’s better but I say it ain’t. I’d rather … Continue reading

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A Theology For Christian Involvement In Public Policy

Christianity is not a political position, it’s a person. The message of Scripture is intimacy with the Creator, not merely the gospel of social reform. At the same time, Christianity is about beliefs that stem from that person. When cultural assaults contrary … Continue reading

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