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Atheism: Three Problems that Result in a Strikeout
Atheism: A Swing and a Miss Mike Robinson Atheism faces more than a Nolan Ryan fastball Atheistic materialism comes up infinitely short in furnishing the necessary rational pre-environment for identity. Identity demands the assumption of the laws of logic. These laws are not physical and are invariant, therefore the physical...
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Check out Fresh video on Ben Shapiro's Major Theological Errors Shapiro asserts many fine truths, but his position of Jesus Christ is irrational and fallacious. For more see my new book God's Paradigm HERE on Amazon
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Original Sin: True or False?
What Is Original Sin? All of us are sinners. We all have a corrupted nature that motivates us to sin. Our sinfulness or sinful nature precludes our allegiance to the various religious worldviews. In other words, a Christian subscribing to Historic Christianity would believe that all of us, irrespective of...
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President Trump's Christian Faith
Trump Under Siege Is Trump a Christian: Many say Yes many say NoWhat shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us? Romans 8:31). God’s hand is upon Trump and the forces of evil have been trying to stop him (evangelist Lou...
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Check out what the Bible reveals about arming oneself in fascinating Video For more see Robinson's book on Relativism and Self-refuting Statements HERE on Amazon
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Enduring and Overcoming Failures – The Christian Way
First and foremost, failures in a Christian’s life need not be considered as a surprise or an abnormality. Failure, also, need not be omnipresent in a Christian’s life. It is not mandatory that every Christian should experience failures. (In this short essay, I will address the failures of a committed...
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Who doesn't understand evolution? Part 6, conclusion
In Tyler Francke's article, THE TOP 10 SIGNS THAT YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND EVOLUTION AT ALL, Francke sought to point out what he claimed were some common misunderstandings creationists have of evolution. In my series responding to his points, I believe I have demonstrated how the “misunderstandings” were really straw men...
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Who doesn't understand evolution?  Part 5
I've been writing a series responding to Tyler Francke's article, THE TOP 10 SIGNS THAT YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND EVOLUTION AT ALL. I had been covering two points with each of my posts until my last post where I only covered one point. I had intended to conclude my series by...
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Laws Cannot Change Flaws
The five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court in India is hearing petitions that demand the scrapping of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which criminalizes gay sex. One of the reasons offered by the Supreme Court to hear these petitions is the changing ‘social morality.’1 The judiciary may...
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The Sameness Gang of Six Jordan Peterson = Agnostic/Atheist Pragmatist Ben Shapiro = Theist Pragmatist Dave Rubin = Atheist Pragmatist Sam Harris = Atheist Pragmatist Eric Weinstein = Atheist Pragmatist Joe Rogan = Atheist Pragmatist Diversity?? They boast about their diversity in discussing big issues, yet they utterly lack diversity...
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Who doesn't understand evolution?  Part 4
When I began this series, my plan was that each post I write would cover 2 points of Tyler Francke's article, THE TOP 10 SIGNS THAT YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND EVOLUTION AT ALL. There are still 4 points left to cover but one of them is so ridiculous, I don't need...
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Who doesn't understand evolution? Part 3
5. You think it has anything to do with the origin of life, let alone the origins of the universe. This is like the king of all straw men, and it’s extremely common. It involves something like the thoroughly debunked theory of spontaneous generation (the idea that life can come...
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I happened across an interesting passage in a book I picked up at Barnes and Noble today. The author was reacting to a certain false view of God:There really is a profound difference between an intelligent designer who is the product of a long period of evolution … and an...
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Follow @ThePoachedEgg When We Spend More Time Arguing About How to Make the Case than We Spend Making the Case Christian Case Making Can Change the Way You Think About Your Purpose The Philosophical Package Deal of Atheism Apologetics Resource: Apologetics QuickGuide 43 Important Philosophical Doctrines Christians Need To Know...
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Instead of shying away from science, instead of pushing back against any contradicting ideas or different lifestyles, instead of shutting down questions, instead of conveying the message to the world—and even more seriously, to people in the church—that Christianity is weak and needs to be shielded carefully lest it fall...
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I just wanted to start my question off by assuring you of just how revered and appreciated you and your work is in the UK. Your work is considered of the utmost standard by those of us living across the pond!Recently there has been rather a lot of online hullabaloo...
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The other day I was listening to a montage song from the movie God’s Not Dead. It is the song “God’s Not Dead,” interspersed with audio clips from the exchanges between Josh, a Christian freshman in college, and his antagonistic professor. I’ve listened to this several times, but this time,...
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IntroductionToday I am excited to bring you a review of a book that I have been anticipating for a little over a year and a half. In January 2017 particle physicist and University of Oklahoma professor Dr. Michael G. Strauss (check out his blog and YouTube channel) and I were...
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In my latest series of articles, I've been looking at leveraging beauty in our evangelism and our defense of the faith. We've already established that beauty is one of the primary virtues, and how we can know that beauty is not simply "in the eye of the beholder" as we've...
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In my last article, I said that we live in a beauty-starved culture and one overlooked aspect of sharing our faith is appealing to the beauty of God and the beauty of the Christian story. Beauty is one of the three primary virtues, along with Goodness and Truth. Each of...
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Beauty matters. Along with the Good and the True, the Beautiful was understood to be one of the fundamental aspects of ideal human existence. From the earliest societies, people sought to surround themselves with what is beautiful. It is a part of how people shape their culture and how they...
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IntroductionAn interesting TED Talk came across my Facebook feed a few weeks ago. The talk focused on finding meaning in life. More and more people are discovering that pursuing happiness is leading them nowhere. They discover that every time they think that something obtainable or achievable will make them happy,...
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IntroductionThe other day, I heard a podcast that I want to highlight for anyone who is a victim of the evil and suffering of life and questions God's purposes, His love, or even His existence. Whether our experiences are singular traumatic events, day-in and day-out pain, or a combination of...
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IntroductionThe time is coming soon for a new chapter of our children's lives to begin: college life. This can be quite an apprehensive time for both Christian parents and the teens. The parents are preparing to let their kids go out into the world, unable to be protected by Mom...
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IntroductionI was first introduced to Dr. Emerson Eggerichs' work about a decade ago when my wife and I were at the local Christian bookstore, and one of his books about communication in marriage was on sale. I picked it up and found that it was on target with what Scripture...
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Twenty-five years ago, the U.S. Government had surrounded the compound of David Koresh and the Branch Davidians, embroiled in a stand-off that would last 51 days and tragically ended in gunfire with 75 of the 84 people inside dead, including children.I was recently interviewed by Brody Harness for a research...
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Three Possible Models for Cultural Engagement
Given the current cultural climate, I have noticed that Christians are still struggling to figure out how to exactly engage the culture around them. In other words, should a Christian care about governmental laws? Should they be involved with politics? Should… Continue reading →
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In this blast from the past, J. Warner Wallace examines one aspect of the classic “Problem of Evil”. Why would an all-loving and all-powerful God allow anyone to suffer? Doesn’t He have the power to stop it? Doesn’t He care enough about us to stop it? Does pain and suffering...
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“How Do Jewish People Atone For Sin When They Have No Temple And Sacrificial System?”
Introduction Over the years, I have had the chance to talk to several Jewish people about spiritual issues. A common Jewish objection that I continue to hear is that Jewish people don’t believe that a human can be sacrificed for… Continue reading →
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Every year at the CrossExamined Instructors Academy (CIA), dozens of students courageously offer their own “apologetics” presentations to those of us who had been assembled as evaluators, coaches and trainers. Prior to these talks, we take the time to help the students understand the proper structure of public presentations of...
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In this clip from a Q&A Session at the 2018 NRBtv Defending Truth Conference, J. Warner Wallace answers a question related to the Resurrection of Jesus. Other panelists include Ravi Zacharias, Frank Turek, and Stuart McAllister. For more information about NRBtv, please visit their website. To see more training videos...
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Here we have the ever brilliant Ed Feser discuss the Five Ways of Aquinas. Enjoy!
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Every Spring, millions of people graduate from colleges and universities across America, and most of them are under the age of 25. This year, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, institutions of higher education are expected to award 1.0 million associate’s degrees, 1.9 million bachelor’s degrees, 790,000 master’s...
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“Why Do People Matter?”
As you probably have noticed, human beings spend their entire lives fighting for what they consider to be inequality, justice and human rights. But, why do humans matter so much if all of reality is reducible to matter, chance, and… Continue reading →
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Note: Some of this was adopted from the recommended readings here: 1.Fruchtenbaum, A.G, Messianic Christology: A Study of Old Testament Prophecy Concerning the First Coming of the Messiah (Tustin CA: Ariel Ministries, 1998), 146-152. 2. Cooper, David L. Messiah: His Historical… Continue reading →
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If we hope to reverse the trend of Christian students leaving the Church during their college years, we’ll need to stop teaching and start training. I’ve proposed a way to do just that, and this week we’ve been examining a simple model (using T.R.A.I.N. as an acronym) to help describe...
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In discussions about the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus, it is common to start with the Gospels. But in my opinion, I think it is best to back up and start with Paul. After all, Paul’s writings are the earliest records… Continue reading →
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In this podcast, J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Bill Arnold on Faith Radio (The Early Morning Late Show) to talk about the kind of faith Jesus called us to embrace. Is it Biblical to cite evidence when making the case for Christianity? J. Warner talks about the nature of...
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