Tag: Theological Debate Series

Apologetics Faith Theology

Found In Translation

I have been involved in a long and profitable conversation with some old friends who have left the Christian faith and are now living a “Torah-observant”* lifestyle. The reason I’ve been engaging with this religious movement, which I call Torahism, is that it is a dangerous heresy for current believers in Christ and a malicious stumbling […]

R. L. Solberg 
Apologetics Theology

From The Inside Out

“We have quite removed from men’s minds what that pestilent fellow Paul used to teach about food and other unessentials—namely, that the human without scruples should always give in to the human with scruples.” —The Senior Demon Screwtape in C. S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters. For many Torahists, the issue of unclean food carries quite […]

R. L. Solberg 
Apologetics Culture Theology

A Berean Approach

A very lively theological debate with a friend over the appropriateness of Christians displaying Christmas trees has led me to write a couple recent blog articles. (Here and here. ) This is the third installment of articles inspired by this ongoing conversation. A series of articles inspired by actual theological debates and discussions that I […]

R. L. Solberg 
Culture Faith Theology

Is Christmas a Pagan Holiday?

To most Christians, Christmas is a sacred religious holiday. But in modern times it’s become more of a cultural and commercial phenomenon. The Christmas we celebrate in the West today—opening gifts, decorating trees, singing carols, putting up stockings, roasting chestnuts, Santa, and all the rest—has often been criticized by the Christian community for becoming too […]

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