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When We Evaluate Zen Buddhism by it’s Own Standards

The book The Three Pillars of Zen (by Phillip Kapleau, ed., 1965) includes a series of explanations and teachings by a series of master teachers of Buddhism. One of them, Yasutani, starts out in his first lecture by telling us … Continue reading

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Do Scholarly Skeptics Agree About Early Evidence for Jesus’ Resurrection?

Gary Habermas is the world’s leading scholar on the resurrection of Jesus. This is not an exaggeration, for his research and publications are impeccable. He has researched every publication on the resurrection, ancient and modern. In the presentation below, Habermas … Continue reading

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Does the Euthyphro Dilemma Disprove God? (Part 4, final)

This is the last in a series of posts about a moral question called the Euthyphro Dilemma, which is sometimes given as a challenge to God. See the first three parts for an explanation of the problem and the first … Continue reading

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The Bible Holds True Against Attacks From Critics

The synoptic gospels – Matthew, Mark, and Luke – tell the story of Jesus. These books present themselves as eyewitness accounts of historical fact. Critics of the gospels attack the gospels by telling us they are untrustworthy. Common criticisms include: … Continue reading

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Is there a Foundation for Moral Law?

In the book True Reason: Confronting the Irrationality of the New Atheism, editors Gilson and Weitenaurr have put together a good collection of articles by competent Christian thinkers who all respond to the logical flaws of the new atheists. In … Continue reading

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The Cause of the Universe and the Great Divide

The origin of the universe and the resulting effects can be summed up in the simple fact that things do not arise without a cause. Some have objected by imposing some variation of the problem of induction, namely by saying … Continue reading

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Pastors Nationwide Should Send Sermons to Houston Mayor

Southern Evangelical Seminary: Pastors Nationwide Should Send Sermons to Houston Mayor . CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Dr. Richard Land, President of Southern Evangelical Seminary (SES, http://www.ses.edu), is calling on pastors nationwide to send a message to Houston Mayor Annise Parker, who recently subpoenaed … Continue reading

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