Tagged: Apologetics

What happened on Easter Sunday? Pt 1

Each year, I look at the evidences for the bodily resurrection of Jesus on what is now called Easter Sunday almost 2,000 years ago. During that time, various reasons have been given as to why Jesus did not rise from the dead. During this week...

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On the Origins of Morality

At the behest of our faithful and civil commenter Cineaste, I listened to a highly enjoyable Radiolabs show on morality, and wanted to comment on it.  Cineaste puts this show forth as his position on morality, and I believe, in some sense, is also using...

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Why is God Silent?

To many, serving an invisible God that only answers in subjective, non-verifiable ways, is pure superstition at best.  And while I understand this line of reasoning, it is not altogether sound because there is MUCH we can verify about God through what is made. But...

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If one God, why not 1,000?

I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours. – Stephen F. Roberts This quote was given in a...

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SERIES: 10 Questions Your Pastor Can’t Answer

This post is the Series Index for answering the questions presented by Stewart from Insulted.  Aaron’s first response danielg’s 10 Questions That Atheists Can’t Answer Well 1. How could an all-knowing God be all-loving, since He would create people that He knows for a fact...

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Seminary questions my orthodoxy

I am in the process of applying to seminary, and my application essay is causing some pause at one college.  Check out the question they asked and my response. Thank you very much for your response to the questions of the Admissions Committee. The committee...

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The Problem of Evil

The problem of evil is one of the top five, maybe even the top intellectual and practical objection to the goodness and existence of God.  I find the Christian answers incomplete and not really intellectually satisfying, but they are interesting to investigate.

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Unrepentant “Believers”?

Jesus Creed has posted the content of Chapter 5 of Jim Elliff’s Wasted Faith, and I found the text of it both convicting and instructive.  This subject is often referred to in evangelical circles as making sure you have "saving faith", not just some other...

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