I put down the book and wrote in my notebook, ‘the evidence surrounding the claims of Christianity is simply overwhelming…
Interesting video where Jim Wallace explains that people can believe that but not believe in. It’s less than four minutes long and good food for thought. Also goes right along with what I have been thinking about quite a bit… Read More ›
Christianity doesn’t teach that Rachel Held Evans doesn’t deserve to go to Heaven, it teaches that no one deserves to go to Heaven
Christianity does not teach that only Christians deserve to go to heaven. Rather, it teaches that no one deserves to go to heaven..
When people reject the Bible’s historical accounts of Creation, a global flood, and/or the resurection of Christ, for example, Peter says they are willfully ignorant (2 Peter 3:5). It’s not a matter of evidence; they just don’t want to be convinced.
So it can be a mistake to proceed as though the main problem is a lack of knowledge or convincing evidence with non-believers who have a heart problem that has caused them to…
This argument is heard quite a bit these days and takes several forms, with one of the most common being: “I contend we are both atheist. . . .When you understand why you dismiss all other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.”
I have found that many folks, abrasive atheists/agnostics in particular, aren’t willing to undertake serious research on their own. They’re armed with a hundred pop-atheism talking points that have long been answered
I didn’t post this to start an argument about creation vs evolution but because I found it interesting. While Christians have long challenged Charles Darwin’s theory of undirected evolution, few appreciate the true extent of the challenge beyond the church…. Read More ›
There is proof the resurrection of Christ happened just as the Bible says it did.
…the age at which most people become atheists indicates that it is almost never an intellectual decision, but an emotional one.