Monthly Archives: August 2012

Is it Just to Allow People to Go to Hell? (Part 3)

This is the third part in a series, and this post is dependent on the information given in parts 1 & 2. The series deals with common questions posed by those who disagree with people going to hell. Question: How … Continue reading

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Is It Just To Allow People to Go to Hell? (Part 2)

Before we get to the common questions about hell, it is important to first look at what the Bible teaches about the subject. Other related issues are the Bible’s teachings about heaven and the human condition. Today we will lay … Continue reading

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Is It Just To Allow People to Go to Hell? (Part 1)

Perhaps the most disliked doctrine by modern man is the idea of people going to hell forever. The idea tends to promote several questions: How can a good and loving God torture people in hell? Why cannot God merely forgive … Continue reading

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The Ontological Argument From a Realist Perspective

The following video presents a good explanation of the ontological argument. It also allows us to examine the distinction between analytic philosophy, which the ontological argument is part of, and realist philosophy, which could be represented by the thought of … Continue reading

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Documentary Hypothesis: Fails

The Bible is often criticized from many areas, but has shown its resilience throughout the centuries. The four gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, tell the story of Jesus while He was on earth. Whenever the passages in these four books … Continue reading

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A Few Quotable Quotes

“I am persuaded that men think there is no God because they wish there were none. They find it hard to believe in God, and to go on in sin, so they try to get an easy conscience by denying … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading in Christian Apologetics & Theology

The Christian Apologetics Journal edition of Spring 2012 (10.1) includes an excellent series of articles. This particular issue is most valuable, and includes the following: Philosophical Antecedents to Thomas Aquinas’ Second Way, by Richard Howe. In this article Howe does … Continue reading

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