Barry Creamer serves as president of Criswell College in Dallas, Texas. A trained philosopher and historian, he holds an M.Div. from Criswell College, and a Ph.D. in Humanities from the University of Texas at Arlington. His writing has been featured on numerous print and electronic platforms.
With the world rightfully angry about many issues, to many, being told to leave vengeance to God often feels like a cop-out. What should Christians do?
Throughout the Bible, we see a running theme of God demanding glory from those He has created. Doesn't that suggest vanity or self-obsession, asks a reader
Satan is the evil ruler of this present age, but why did God create him in the first place? Didn’t He know Satan would wreak havoc on His creation?
Abortion politics have become an extremely touchy subject. A reader asks if its acceptability can vary from case to case
If Jesus Christ was fully human, how could He have been born into the world sinless — and without the curse of the first Adam?
Is there any truth to the popular notion that the events and characters described in Scripture are purely fiction?
Is it possible to condemn or reason against sex outside of marraige when one does not believe in God as the ultimate authority?
The body of Christ bears a huge responsibility in speaking against the devaluing of human life as a “viable third option”
There's head knowledge and there's heart knowledge. A reader asks: at what point does one turn into the other, and how does one distinguish between the two?
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