Tag Archives: Christian philosophy

How is God creator?

This is a continuation where I left off with “Deconstructing the God of the gaps,” where I argued that the theist’s belief in a creator is not displaced by scientific discovery. This time we will look at what we theists … Continue reading

Posted in Christian apologetics, Theology | Tagged , , , , | 67 Comments

The sticky thing about what we believe

When it comes down to it, it seems to me that people will either believe or not believe, accept or refuse to accept, the existence of God, not because of the scientific evidence or lack thereof, but because that’s what … Continue reading

Posted in Christian apologetics, Faith | Tagged , , , , | 92 Comments

Making sense of the Old Testament – Part One

If we’re going to have a meaningful discussion about the Old Testament we must first go over how to understand it. For instance, superficially reading it as a flat woodenly literal textbook will give us a wrong view of what … Continue reading

Posted in Christian apologetics | Tagged , , , , , , | 237 Comments