Monthly Archives: March 2011

Possible Archeological Find of Early Christianity

A collection of books has reportedly been found in the mideast, allegedly showing a great deal about early Christianity. The find has just made the news, so it is too early to tell the significance of the find. But the … Continue reading

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How Much Evidence Is Sufficient?

Christian apologists have presented several lines of proof for the knowability of truth, the existence of a theistic God, and the accuracy of the Bible. On the other side, severe skeptics and atheists routinely dismiss these arguments as insufficient. I’ve … Continue reading

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No One Really Wants Relative Truth

When discussing religious or spiritual matters, we are repeatedly told that we should not be dogmatic, that all people have their own truth. Indeed, many, if not most, believe that absolute truth is impossible, and even if it were possible, … Continue reading

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How Much Historical Evidence Is Sufficient To Go Beyond Doubt?

Scottish thinker David Hume (d.1776) was the king of skeptics. Compared to Hume, most of the modern skeptics and agnostics are but amateurs, and many of them follow the same line of reasoning that originated with Hume. Hume carried his … Continue reading

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Former Dawkins’ Follower Becomes Christian; Partly Due to Atheist Rudeness

Richard Morgan was an atheist whose views were driven by Richard Dawkins’ book The Blind Watchmaker. Read the following article about how he became a Christian. You can read the article here. It has been my experience that atheist arguments … Continue reading

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Hugo Chavez Solves Problems of Evolution and Creation

I just could not resist re-posting this one. According to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, it is possible that life on Mars died out because of capitalism. Apparently if socialism were on Mars, there would still be life. So now we … Continue reading

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Florida Judge Orders Use Of Islamic Law

Life in the US is getting increasingly more bizarro. A few years back the US Supreme Court cited foreign law in deciding a case about the US constitution. Today I hear a sound bite from President Obama telling people in … Continue reading

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