Monthly Archives: November 2010

Leavers: Are You Making People Leave Your Church?

A very good article in Christianity Today. You can find it here.  The article discusses why young people are leaving Christianity. Through his research, the author shows that people are leaving and they’re not coming back. Those in church have … Continue reading

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If Naturalism, How Then Free Will? How Then Morals?

Naturalism is a position that believes that the only thing that exists is matter and energy. Naturalism does not believe in supernatural forces, but all that exists are particles of matter, energy, and physics. Naturalists are materialists, believing everything is … Continue reading

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How Can You Tell If You Are One?

Bob: I’m a real football fan. Ray: Yeah? That’s funny, I never hear you talk about football. Bob: No, I don’t talk about it much. Hardly ever, in fact. Ray: Do you go to many games? Bob: No, I rarely ever … Continue reading

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George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

General Thanksgiving By the PRESIDENT of the United States Of America A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly … Continue reading

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Are Science and Faith Compatible?

The book God’s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?  written by John Lennox, is a very nice work that gives a good perspective on science and faith. Lennox has three doctrate degrees, teaches mathematics at Oxford, teaches philosophy of science in the UK, and has debated … Continue reading

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Why is There a Difference in the Genealogies in Matthew and Luke?

In the Bible, the gospels of Matthew and Luke present Genealogies of Jesus. They are not the same, for they mention different names. Why? Is this an error? First, Matthew and Luke were written in the first century. They present … Continue reading

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What’s Worse: Burning the Quran or Burning People?

You remember a few months back when a pastor in Florida threatened to burn a box of Qurans. It caused an international incident, with world leaders contacting the US President, the US Secretary of Defense had an emergency meeting, the … Continue reading

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