Tag Archives: apologetics

Revelation and Repentance

This should be liberating for us. We do not have to make our arguments strong enough to convince the hard-hearted and foolish. We only have to make our arguments well enough, and with gentleness, to please God. God will take it from there. Continue reading

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Blind Faith and the Age of Reason

I’m not a believer in blind faith. I think blind faith is stupid and dangerous. Continue reading

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The Historic Christian Faith? – Norman Geisler, Luther’s 95 Theses, and the Bible

Error, lies, and foolishness are always excellent motivators for me to blog. The particular embarrassing morass of propaganda to which I am referring is John Ankerberg’s interview with Norman Geisler. The interview is such a collection of Protestant fantasy that … Continue reading

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Scoffing Scholars

Don’t you hate it when someone announces that “all the scholars know” that Christianity isn’t true; they’re just scared to tell us? I hate it, and it’s baloney. A guy named Bart Ehrman has written a book called Jesus, Interrupted, … Continue reading

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