Tagged: Apologetics

Modern Myths About Christianity – Witch Hunts

Mynym over at Beyond Good and Evil has a nice post about some Indian villagers who killed a local barber because they thought he was practicing black magic (no telling if their religion made them do it).  He goes on to discuss witch hunts and...

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Spiritual Counterfeits Project Journal

I received my first free copy of SCP Journal, as part of our partnership with Mind & Media, who link Christian publishers with bloggers who agree to review their publications in exchange for receiving the materials free.  As I always say, however, that doesn’t guarantee...

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The Real History of the Crusades

Often, when I am discussing the violent teachings of the Islamic faith, someone will counter with “what about the crusades?”  I am so tired of this dodge, for many reasons.  For one, it is a dodge of the issue, which is that Islam teaches violence...

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What is a Biblical Literalist?

Liberals like to classify anyone who takes the bible more than allegorically true as literalists, but there is a whole spectrum.  I couldn’t find a good description of these different approaches, maybe you can.  Here is my somewhat tongue-in-cheek take on it: 1. Biblicist –...

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An All-Star Christian Carnival

This week’s Christian Carnival is up at a ticking time blog and has a very timely baseball theme in honor of this week’s All-Star Game. Take a look at the great links in this week’s Carnival.

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