Category Archives: Reliability

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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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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Why I Reject Evolution (And Am Intellectually Satisfied in Doing So) by Downshore Drift

Here’s how the article begins: Apparently, I am part of the 33% of Americans who do not believe in Evolution, according to a recent Pew Research Religion & Public Life Project study (Al Mohler’s article yesterday got me thinking about … Continue reading

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How Darwin Failed His Own Test by Bob Davis

This article begins: What has the past 150 years shown us about Darwin’s theory of evolution? Like any good scientist, Charles Darwin made a prediction by which other scientists could test his theory in the future. In other words, he … Continue reading

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Stephen C. Meyer Points Out the Inadequacies of Darwinism and Neo-Darwinism in His Book “Darwin’s Doubt”

Stephen C. Meyer is director of the Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture and the author of Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligence Design. Those of you who are scientifically oriented may … Continue reading

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Stephen Meyer Explains How Hubble Showed Einstein that the Universe Had a Beginning

This article includes an 8-minutes video clip.  Einstein claims that the greatest mistake of his scientific career was in thinking that the universe was eternal and did not have a beginning.  Hubble (of telescope fame) showed him the light. The … Continue reading

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The Jesus Mystery by Jonathan McLatchie

Jonathan begins: Find below some comments of mine after I had the joy and er privilage of looking at some of the nonsense broadcast recently about Jesus. The budget and the volume of material increases every year, it is truly … Continue reading

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Are the Gospels Reliable? | knowitstrue.com

We have good reason to believe the gospels. Are the Gospels Reliable? | knowitstrue.com.  [Editorial note, July 5, 2014:  This site is no longer accessible; I don’t know whether the problem is temporary or permanent.] (h/t J. Warner Wallace ‏@jwarnerwallace)

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How Do Eastern And Western Religions Differ? – Win Corduan on The One-Minute Apologist

What distinguishes Judaism and Christianity on the one hand from, say, Buddhism and Hinduism on the other?  It is the formers’ reliance on history and the latters’ detachment from it. Thus those Christians who want to say that it doesn’t … Continue reading

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