Monthly Archives: April 2022

Can Christians Lose Their Salvation?

By Elias Ayala (MDiv & M.A.T.) This is a question that has divided many Christians. Some suggest that salvation can be lost, and multiple scriptures are used to demonstrate this fact; especially those found in the book of Hebrews which often appear under the moniker of the “Warning Passages”. These passages are found in: (2:1-4, 3:7-4:13, 5:11-6:12, 10:19-39, 12:13-29). There are other passages that are often appealed to but the warning passages in Hebrews typically are used to demonstrate the possibility of a believer losing his or her salvation. Others … Read More »

Is Morality Just Subjective?

By L. Alfred James Is morality merely a useful fiction? That is, are moral rules just social conventions? Or does morality have some kind of objective existence? Our culture stridently asserts that moral beliefs are entirely a product of one’s culture. If one is brought up to believe that, say, premarital sex is wrong, then one will have compunctions of conscience about premarital sex. Or if one is brought up to believe that it is a sin to not recycle, then one will feel bad if one fails to recycle … Read More »