Yearly Archives: 2013

Dominic’s Arguments

On his blog, Dominic Bnonn Tennant has posted “Is Jesus Really God?”  I have commented on this post.  In the comment thread, Dominic complains that I have not addressed his arguments offered in rebuttal to me: Dominic:  I’d like to … Continue reading

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RD Miksa on the evidentiary value of eye-witness testimony

R.D. Miksa’s preface to Randal Rauser: I am writing you today because as a regular “lurker” at your blog, I was dismayed at certain comments posted recently in reply to your blog posts concerning the topic of eye-witness reliability and … Continue reading

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In Defence of Phil Robertson’s Graphic Language

I have to admit that this article has a point. Duck Dynasty and Natural Law.

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Quote: The Majority Cannot Make the Truth a Lie

“A lie doesn’t become truth, wrong doesn’t become right and evil doesn’t become good, just because it’s accepted by a majority.” – Author Unknown Source: LibertyFederation.com

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Quote on Ideas and the Internet

Ideas can travel faster farther in the Internet age than ever before, but it still takes people to move them.  –  Anonymous

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Justin Taylor’s “How to Read the Whole Bible in 2014”

Justin Taylor gives lengthy, comprehensive, and helpful advice for reading the Bible. How to Read the Whole Bible in 2014 – Justin Taylor.

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The Bible Is Important Because It Tells Us of Christ

The Bible is important, not because it gives us rules, but because it tells us of Christ.

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Divorce Rates Among Christians Not That Different from Non-Christians

This statistical study is from 2008. Excerpt: In fact, when evangelicals and non-evangelical born again Christians are combined into an aggregate class of born again adults, their divorce figure is statistically identical to that of non-born again adults: 32% versus … Continue reading

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Where Christians Are Not Interested in Christ

I came across a blog post titled “Clobber verses: ‘I’m crushing your head!’” on the Slacktivist blog by Fred Clark.  It was about the Phil Robertson flap. This blog is on the Patheos web site (an aggregator of blogs on … Continue reading

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Quote on Feelings and Promises in Marriage

You can either live your life by your feelings or by your promises.  If you live it by your promises, your feelings will eventually come into line, but if you live it according to your feelings, your life will become … Continue reading

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