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Category Archives: Christian apologetics
I recently read a post at Nan’s Notebook titled, “Science…Faith—What’s The Answer?” The intent was to elicit open discussion on the merits of faith and science as related to human existence. I found the comments quite interesting. Nan is a deconvert … Continue reading
In this installment of my series on the Christian Trinitarian doctrine, we will look at objections that skeptics have using the Bible itself. When we look more closely I believe we find that most of these objections are taking Bible … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting clip from Alister McGrath. McGrath is a former atheist, molecular biologist at Oxford, who left the atheist indoctrination of his youth to eventually become a Christian and theologian. (I included a video of his journey to faith … Continue reading
We are ready to look at the Council of Nicaea which has been a popular target of anti-Trinitarians and conspiracy theorists since Daniel Brown’s fictional book, “The Da Vinci Code.” At least there are scholars who understand real history. Bart … Continue reading
We will deal with some of the common arguments against the Christian Trinitarian doctrine in this installment. We will begin by answering the question, “Is the Christian Trinitarian doctrine borrowed from pagan religions?” If you haven’t read the first two … Continue reading
I hadn’t planned on writing about this, but since my last post on Francis Collins, I’ve been in conversation with atheists about The BioLogos Foundation’s controversial position with traditional Christian views, so I thought it appropriate to write a post … Continue reading