Monthly Archives: July 2011

Historical Apologetics

Every generation has had critics of Christianity, and each generation has had great men who defended the historical Christian faith. Many of these men presented great arguments, but they have been left unread in remote libraries. Now a few people … Continue reading

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Fossil Record: Is That Just Your Interpretation?

People have long tried to dull the impact of the Bible by questioning interpretation, telling us ‘that’s just your interpretation’ as if the primary meaning of any Bible passages is at the discretion of the reader. While this is untrue, … Continue reading

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Certainty and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

In the Kalam Cosmological argument for the existence of God is as follows: 1. What begins to exist has a cause. 2. The universe began to exist. 3. Therefore the universe is caused. Atheists are fond of making fun of … Continue reading

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Prediction

It’s always difficult and somewhat dangerous to try to predict future trends. But this has stopped few people, so here goes my attempt. We have a trend in atheism that started with erudite academics like Hume, then continued through men … Continue reading

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What Good Does It Do To Study Philosophy?

Many today consider studying philosophy to be a useless exercise akin to the punishment Paul Newman received in the movie Cool Hand Luke: dig a hole, fill it in, repeat. Many inside and outside the church consider the study of … Continue reading

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Why Has Our Culture Changed So Dramatically?

In 1957, the Everly Brothers recorded a song called Wake Up Little Suzie, a song about a boy and a girl on a date that fell asleep and didn’t wake up till early in the morning. The song suggested that … Continue reading

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What Does the Bible Teach About Hell and Resurrection?

Question: The Bible talks about weeping and gnashing of teeth. Will people have teeth in Hell? Response: The Bible teaches that there will be a physical, bodily resurrection for Christians, which is taught in 1 Corinthians 15. It also speaks … Continue reading

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