Conditionalism and Evangelism

In 2014, I attended the inaugural Rethinking Hell Conference, at which John Stackhouse Jr. gave an outrageously fine opening lecture (see more of the lectures at the Rethinking Hell youtube channel). But one of the breakouts that really affected me was a lecture by Anglican Ralph...

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GUIDE: How to annotate a non-fiction book

I have read and annotated my books for a long time, but I have always subconsciously been unhappy with the system I developed. So I’ve done some research, and come up with the following system. Feel free to comment on your own system. 1. Running...

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SERIES: 8 Reasons why Islam is a Destructive Falsehood

This series is made up of the following posts: 8 Reasons why Islam is a Destructive Falsehood 1 - Religious Exclusivism & Racism 8 Reasons why Islam is a Destructive Falsehood 2 – Human Rights & Flourishing 8 Reasons why Islam is a Destructive Falsehood 3 –...

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Grave Sunshine

On reading W.B. Yeats’ “The Song of the Happy Shepherd” The poets in their foolish song Have captured for my reading Glimmers of their thoughts, long gone Desperately pleading. We walked in sunshine once as you And toiled after truth We gloried in our bodies...

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Obvious (Dead) Child – An ‘Abortion Comedy’

Full disclosure, I have not seen Obvious Child, and have only read/heard a handful of detailed reviews, both positive and negative. However, this film appears to bring up some important questions and concerns for those of us who are pro-life and anti-abortion. 1. Planned Parenthood helped...

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How to change the mind of non-radical Muslims

I was just listening to an interview with Robert Spencer on ACM. Spencer is the author of Arab Winter Comes to America: The Truth About the War We’re In. One of the questions I got to ask was ‘how do we reach the 75% of Muslims...

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