Author: Thomas Moller

Harmonizing the Resurrection

Harmonizing the Resurrection.MP3 Read the accounts of the Resurrection in the four Gospels then harmonize (or reconcile) the different accounts. Matthew 28:1-10 1 Now after the Sabbath, toward the dawn of the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and…

7 Rules of Historic Research

7 Rules of Historic Research.MP3 “Sometimes the available evidence is such as to eliminate any reasonable doubt about the validity of an interpretation.” Frederick Copleston, Problems of Objectivity, On the History of Philosophy “The historian’s real work is the reconstruction…

Shiny Blue Ducks

It’s been a while since anyone posted here but don’t worry, we aren’t gone yet. While new articles are still in the works, I thought I’d delve into the world of podcasting. Right now I only have one source which…

Gospel and State

To the community of believers, empowered by Gospel of Jesus Christ. An Appeal of Gospel Application in the voting process. Please forgive the length of this letter, it is not my intent to bowl anyone over with words, but any…

The Cat and the Car

Tico was killed by a coyote last week. Even as I type this I have to hold back the tears of a pet remembered. When I explain to my friends that my cat was killed; the words don’t capture the…

The Death of Celebration

Originally written Mar 18, 2005 I have had a few months to reflect on the tsunami that killed upwards of 250,000 people in Southeastern Asia . I have heard sermons, read obituaries, and seen images that evoked a range of…

The Problem of Pigs

“Whither is God?” he cried; “I will tell you. We have killed him—you and I. All of us are his murderers. But how did we do this? How could we drink up the sea? Who gave us the sponge to…

Eating the Embryo

“All men by nature desire to know.” The curiosity of a child comes immediately to mind thus proving Aristotle’s statement. I would be quick to add, “Most men do not desire to know how they know.” We just “know”. We…