An enlightening article about online comments and their effect on readers. It might be better titled “Another good reason to moderate comments” particularly in light of the alleged paid professional…Continue
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Hi FolksThis is a topic near and dear to my heart. I have struggled with it ever since entering the church 19 years ago (I was baptized Easter 1996). I can count on one hand the number of times I…Continue
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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
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Gosse Feb 11, 2014.
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
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Gosse Apr 26, 2013.
The Whitehorse InnJune 3, 2012 Antinomianism (Part 1)There is growing interest in the pure unadulterated gospel today in evangelical circles. But with all this talk about grace, are we facing a new…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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This is another "Clergy Comment" scheduled for the Feb. 12 edition of the local paper (thanks again to James)
A Time Not Unlike Our Own.
The man we know as Saint Valentine lived in a time not unlike our own. Rome was a multi-cultural, cosmopolitan, welfare state. They believed a pantheistic view of nature and, though they claimed many gods, they did not regard them seriously. Like many rulers today, Caesar ruled as if he were god. Fate governed life and life was…Continue
Posted on January 17, 2015 at 7:30pm
[This is a 'Clergy Comment' article for the local paper - thanks to James Robertson for your help]
With St. Valentine’s Day fast approaching it is, perhaps, a time to look at a Christian view of love. But first we need to lay some groundwork.
According to Christianity, people, both male and female, were made by God to fulfill a threefold purpose; communion with God, communion with each other, and communion with the world God made for us. We were to live in harmony…Continue
Posted on January 16, 2015 at 9:19pm — 1 Comment
To the Editor
“Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.” As I watch the fallout from the terror attacks in France and elsewhere, and listen to the platitudes and excuses offered up by Western politicians and news-media, I can’t help but wonder if they are really that blind. Despite a 500 year truce this is the renewal of a 1400 year old…Continue
Posted on January 9, 2015 at 12:19pm — 1 Comment
The following letter is a response, published in the local paper, to a previous letter promoting the LGBTQ+ agenda which is copied below so that you may read my letter in context. The multiplication of so-called 'gender identities' may explain the need for the '+' sign added to the standard 'LGBTQ' - proof positive that we now live at the intersection of reality and satire. As several …Continue
Posted on December 29, 2014 at 11:00am — 7 Comments
Posted on December 24, 2014 at 2:03pm