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A Problem with Immortality

Well, sorry I've been away so long. Things are going well -- I've just been busy with work and haven't had a whole lot to say lately. But yesterday, I ran across a really interesting article that I wanted to share with all of you. Paul Sagar, the author of the article, discusses several possible… Continue reading A Problem with Immortality

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Difficult Questions for Atheists? Part 4: Miracles

You can find part 1 here. As I said in the first post, my friend UnkleE gave me a series of questions recently that he believes present difficult problems for an atheist’s worldview. I had forgotten, but we’ve actually had similar discussions before, and you can find them here, here, and here (thanks for the… Continue reading Difficult Questions for Atheists? Part 4: Miracles

Why Christians Shouldn’t Support Roy Moore

I'm sorry to post about something so local, but some of you outside of Alabama might find this interesting anyway. Because Jeff Sessions was one of our Senators prior to being appointed to US Attorney General, our state is in the process of holding a special election to replace him. The Democratic nominee, Doug Jones,… Continue reading Why Christians Shouldn’t Support Roy Moore

Difficult Questions for Atheists? Part 3: Fine-Tuning

You can find part 1 here. As I said in the first post, my friend UnkleE gave me a series of questions recently that he believes present difficult problems for an atheist’s worldview. I had forgotten, but we’ve actually had similar discussions before, and you can find them here, here, and here (thanks for the… Continue reading Difficult Questions for Atheists? Part 3: Fine-Tuning

Difficult Questions for Atheists? Part 2: Something from Nothing

You can find part 1 here. As I said in the last post, my friend UnkleE gave me a series of questions recently that he believes present difficult problems for an atheist's worldview. I had forgotten, but we've actually had similar discussions before, and you can find them here, here, and here (thanks for the… Continue reading Difficult Questions for Atheists? Part 2: Something from Nothing

Difficult Questions for Atheists? Part 1

A little while back, my friend UnkleE suggested that I should consider some questions that he believes are problematic for atheism as a worldview. He listed 5 questions, and I want to take them one at a time, so they can each get the focus they deserve. That said, my initial responses to each of… Continue reading Difficult Questions for Atheists? Part 1

How Do You Navigate Christianity Without a Compass?

My friend UnkleE and I have been having a wide-ranging discussion on several topics related to Christianity that ultimately come down to epistemology, or how Christians know God's will. The discussion began in my last post, which critiqued a doctrine common to more moderate circles within Christianity. UnkleE had more to say on the subject… Continue reading How Do You Navigate Christianity Without a Compass?

The Light Given

Sometimes, skeptics of Christianity will criticize its approach to justice by asking what happened to the souls of all the people who died before Jesus's ministry, assuming that since they couldn't have had faith in him, they were consigned to Hell. But many Christians believe they can address this issue easily by pointing to Romans… Continue reading The Light Given

Silence

Kent, a friend of mine and fellow blogger, emailed me the other day to ask how I've been. We hadn't talked in a while, and you may have noticed that I haven't posted in a while either. It was nice catching up, and his email also pushed me to write something here tonight. First of… Continue reading Silence