Monthly Archives: October 2012

What is the Nature of our Struggle?

Most of this blog is spent making feeble attempts to do apologetics. Today’s topic is aimed at Christians. The link below is one of the more powerful messages I have heard in quite a long time. It is an appeal … Continue reading

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What Is Happening on Campus?

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Is God Bound to the Same Moral Code as We?

Now when Joshua was near Jericho, he looked up and saw a man standing in front of him with a drawn sword in his hand. Joshua went up to him and asked, “Are you for us or for our enemies?” … Continue reading

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Daniel Denett on William Lane Craig

Atheist philosopher and scientist Daniel Dennett is one of the “four horsemen” of the new atheist movement. Dennett is one of the more popular atheist writers of our day, and unlike Richard Dawkins, is trained in philosophy and is supposed … Continue reading

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Michael Shermer Quote

‚ÄúSocially, when I moved from theism to atheism, and science as a worldview, I guess, to be honest, I just liked the people in science, and the scientists, and their books, and just the lifestyle, and the way of living. … Continue reading

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King of the Skeptics

David Hume (d. 1776) was arguably the greatest skeptic. He certainly is the most well-known and systematic of the historical skeptics, and set the stage for all modern critics of Christianity. Many, if not all, of the skeptical arguments leveled … Continue reading

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Brad Stine: An Act of God?

A little humor to break up the day………

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