Baylen Levine: Child of Pseudomodernism?
It may seem surreal to some that a 21-year old man is able to make hundreds of thousands of dollars walking around Wal-Mart performing expletive-laden “pranks” sprinkled with sexual innuendo, “stealing” golf carts, and making noises of flatulation next to senior citizens. Yet that is the plight of Baylen Levine, who is at first glance…Read More
When Perceptions of Reality Clash
Each one of us views life’s events through our own unique position in the world. We bring our own backgrounds, experiences, knowledge and personalities into how we view each and every situation. As a result, when trying to sort out a conflict, differing stories risk deepening the division. The truth is Biblical, right? So we…Read More
Is secular psychology able to offer true & helpful information about the human condition?
A question I hear discussed frequently goes something like “what do Christian counselors think of drugs and secular psychology? Are they helpful?” I respond to that question below, but first, an understanding of the limitations of common grace and an understanding of special grace will prove beneficial. Common Grace Generally speaking, common grace is the…Read More