In the previous article I discussed how a necessary tenet of the doctrine of God – or any God-substitute – is unity. God cannot be divided against Himself, and anything trying to take the place of God must counterfeit this unity. A second necessary aspect to any doctrine of God is omnipotence. Clearly, if God […]
Ezra Institute founder Joe Boot reflects on Reformational philosophy, Scripture, and the opportunity to debate theistic evolution with Michael Jones.
EICC Founder Joe Boot debates Michael Jones of Inspiring Philosophy over the question “Is Evolution Compatible with the Bible?”
Cal Beisner, founder of the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, explains the relationship between biblical stewardship of the earth and care for the poor, how environmental concern got co-opted by socialism, and how Christians can improve our stewardship of creation.
EICC Founder Joe Boot addresses pastors and church leaders at the CMI Canada Pastor's Retreat. What do Jesus and the kingdom of God have to do with the question of creation?
God has created a good world, and has given His people the task of stewarding, caring for, and restoring it. A Christian understanding of creation care understands that God has promised to make all things new.
The biblical vision of the human person is based on the all-powerful Word of Jesus Christ, and cannot be synthesized or compromised with evolutionary thought.
Darwinian evolutionary theory has no basis in science – it is an ideologically motivated worldview that leads to a culture of death.
The ideological impact of Darwinism on such issues as eugenics, abortion, racism, war and social policy since Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species was first published is profound. Overturning the predominantly Judeo-Christian worldview of previous centuries, Darwinism has infiltrated every area of science, philosophy, art, literature, business, anthropology, social policy, and governance. We need to understand the foundational problemin order to propose ways that societal reforms can be addressed in our day.
Since the beginning, man was called to cultivate God's creation into a godly civilization, this involved work, and only work done in obedience to God can bring blessing, while work done in rebellion reaps futility and frustration.