This interesting little article is equally applicable to any heterodox or non Christian group. I have heard it said, "There is only one God, so it doesn't really matter where we worship, when we…Continue
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During the month of September 2010, Apologetics 315 will feature a series of blog posts that respond to the question: "How can I get apologetics in my church?"The goal of this project is a simple…Continue
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Absurdities from those who would rather not see the truth. I have been noting a rise in what could only be described as irrationalism from the so-called "New Atheist" movement and can only account…Continue
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Do the Gospels and Acts present accurate history? In this talk, originally presented for Reasonable Faith Belfast, Dr. Timothy McGrew explores five tests for historical credibility for the Gospels…Continue
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“The sexual behavior of men can be a form of violence against women because it can result in pregnancy,” stated an official of the U.N. Secretariat earlier this week during negotiations at the annual U.N. Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), at which the U.N.’s typical loopiness has abounded.
Posted on March 22, 2013 at 10:14pm — 2 Comments
To the Editor
Is it only me or has anyone else noticed that each Christmas and Easter the “education” channels, you know them, the ones who run programming touting aliens, Nostradamus, Stonehenge, the Mayan calendar, and every other mythical belief system, start showing programs which question the historical foundation of Christianity. I don’t mind critical questions; they have motivated my own inquiries about Christianity. What bothers me is the utter hypocrisy and, dare I…Continue
Posted on December 28, 2012 at 10:02pm — 12 Comments
(Reuters) - People with no religious affiliation make up the third-largest global group in a new study of the size of the world's faiths, placing after Christians and Muslims and just before Hindus.
The study, based on extensive data for the year 2010, also showed Islam and Hinduism are the faiths mostly likely to expand in the future while Jews have the weakest growth…Continue
Posted on December 20, 2012 at 2:52pm
President Harrison's Take on "Broken" by Jonathan Fisk
Check out this interview with Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison to get his take on Jonathan Fisk's new book from Concordia Publishing House, "Broken." This book examines seven of the most common spiritual traditions and how they use speculation, mysticism, and moralism to break Christianity. …Continue
Posted on December 18, 2012 at 10:19pm — 1 Comment