Monthly Archives: January 2014

2013 Best-Selling English Versions of the Bible

2013 BEST SELLING BIBLES BY TRANSLATION from Baker Book House Church Connection I wish the NASB was #1.  I will maintain hope.

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Three Paradoxes of Atheism by Neil Shenvi

Three Paradoxes of Atheism by Neil Shenvi  is an 1,800-word essay that identifies how an atheist experiences conflict when seeking truth and morality.  It does not suggest that atheists can’t seek truth and morality – only that they are conflicted in … Continue reading

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List of Blogs on Which I No Longer Comment

I like to engage with others about the gospel of Christ.  However, not all bloggers are receptive to challenge.  This includes their followers as well. No matter how respectful I have been, my presence has caused consternation on a number … Continue reading

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Eschatology Begins Here

Eschatology Begins Here is a post by Scot McKnight at the Jesus Creed blog.  Scot is referencing N. T. Wright’s book Paul and the Faithfulness of God. Tom Wright and Scot McKnight are correct to see eschatology as centered and anchored in … Continue reading

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Charles Krauthammer Scoffs at Atheism

“I believe that atheism is the least plausible… Well, there are a lot of wild ones out there – but atheism is so contrary to what is possible… What the universe … created itself ex nihilo? … Atheism, talk about … Continue reading

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Blessed are the meek according to Peter Liethart

Blessed are the meek (150-word post from Peter Liethart at First Things blog).

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Most Cops Know That A Healthy Fear of Punishment Is… Healthy! by J. Warner Wallace

Most Cops Know That A Healthy Fear of Punishment Is… Healthy! (500 words) I will add that Wallace seems to believe that hell comes after this life, while I believe that it comes in this life.  Either way, however, his point … Continue reading

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Has physics gone too far? published at Uncommon Descent

Has physics gone too far? (250-word post)

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Jonathan McLatchie Reports on the April 2013 Westminister Conference on Science and Faith

Jonathan focues on the “scientific” track of the conference (the other two tracks being “theology and culture” or “apologetics”). Here’s the post at The Poached Egg (Ratio Christi).

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When people stop believing in God, they’ll start believing in anything by Bob Siegel

Find this post at The Poached Egg (Ratio Christi).

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