Monthly Archives: July 2012

The God of the Old Testament: Righteous or a Monster?

Modern Atheists have published a lot of ink criticizing the acts of God in the Old Testament. Popular writer Richard Dawkins makes it a central theme of his key works. This blog has dealt with this previously, which you can … Continue reading

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Historical Details In The Book of Acts

In the New Testament, the book of Acts was written by someone with a scholarly knowledge of ancient Greek (see the first four verses of the book in Greek). It is also extremely packed with minute detail. In his monumental … Continue reading

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Evil, God, and Atheism

As I write this, there has been yet another evil act that recently occurred. A man took guns into a crowded theater and killed 12 people, wounded many more, and caused a tremendous amount of suffering and pain. I have … Continue reading

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Inerrancy Publications

Back in the 1970’s, there was a debate that centered around the inerrancy of the Bible. It hashed and rehashed most every question that could be raised about the Bible, whether it is factually true, in what sense is it … Continue reading

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Presuppositional Metaphysics: An Oxymoron?

In the book Van Til’s Apologetic, author Greg Bahnsen presents a lengthy, 750 page exposition of the presuppositional apologetics as taught by his mentor, Cornelius Van Til. Bahnsen must have had a great deal of respect and admiration for Van … Continue reading

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Christian Roots of the US: Thomas Jefferson’s Writings

On July 4th, 1776, the words of the Declaration of Independence, which Thomas Jefferson penned, stated: When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, … Continue reading

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Christian Roots of the US: Charter of Virginia

Second Charter of Virginia, (May 23, 1609), granted by King James I, stated: Because the principal Effect which we can expect or desire of this Action is the Conversion and reduction of the people in those parts unto the true … Continue reading

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