Neal Pollard Does that question seem strange to you? Mean is a verb defined as "intend to convey, indicate, or refer to" (Apple Dictionary, Version 2.2.2). Postmodernism claims that there is no purely objective knowledge, truth, or norms. Therefore, meaning is what you make it mean. Several years ago, James Sire gave the framework for what … Continue reading What Does “Mean” Mean?
Neal Pollard Terrorist madmen shoot up a school in Pakistan and kill over 100 people, mostly children. A politically correct society is close to forbidding biblical teaching on matters that violates its bombastic code. Pluralism (all religious paths are equally valid) and syncretism (blending two or more religious belief systems into a new system) seem … Continue reading PINPOINTING THE PROBLEM
Neal PollardThis is, in my estimation, the most withering of Job's comebacks to those miserable comforters introduced to us as his friends, Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar (2:11). The statement is made by Job in Job 12:2 at the end of the first cycle of speeches by these friends, in all of which are accusations and … Continue reading “No Doubt You Are The People, And Wisdom Will Die With You!”
Neal Pollard As a teenager I once had a Bible class teacher who found it appealing, as a teaching style, to raise questions but give no answers. Some students thought it was cool to keep things theoretical. It is interesting that his class never really arrived at absolute truth but stayed hypothetical. I remember feeling … Continue reading THE UTTER INSUFFICIENCY OF THEORIES AND QUESTIONS AS THE “ANSWER”