Is there a limit to human knowledge? Is there any evidence to prove the limit? In this brief iFLIP, Matthew Weathers examines how the teachings of Pythagoras on mathematics provides proof for the limit of human knowledge.
In this iFLIP, Rick Langer explains the need for compare and contrast between ideas and philosophies. Rick discusses how we must be aware of the “gap” between two items and not try to force them to completely sync with one other.
What is the relationship between kingdom and culture for Christians? In this iFLIP, Rick Langer explores three different views on culture and how each of these views interact with kingdom.
In this iFLIP, Rick Langer discusses the importance of the professor’s spiritual life. He explains the need for professors to share their faith in order to impact their students’ spiritual lives.
Continuing off of Matthew Weathers’ first iFLIP on the limits of human knowledge, Rick Langer and Matthew discuss the idea of knowing that there are things we do not know. They elaborate on how this can be seen not just in mathematics, but in theological and intellectual aspects…
In this iFLIP, Rick Langer discusses the relationship between general revelation and modern science. Does modern science constantly try to disprove the existence of God? Is there actually a relationship between the two in which science is actually a part of general revelation?
What is the relationship between general and special revelation? In this iFLIP, Rick Langer discusses the commonalities between special and general revelation, as well as explains mindsets to avoid when discussing both general and special revelation.
In this iFLIP, Rick Langer discusses the concept of revelation and the four parts of it. Who is the revealer? What is being revealed and to whom? And how is it being revealed?
In this iFLIP, Rick Langer details what topics to use when having an integrative conversation. He explores five different options available to use when attempting to have an integrative conversation.