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Christianity’s Nightmare Question

Originally posted on ccithink:
I have always said that I have never yet heard an atheist’s argument against the existence of God that was convincing, and even though much work went into this article (Christianity’s Nightmare Question), my statement remains true. These thoughts are not even a little worrisome for Christians, Sunday School teachers, or…

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Don’t Let Changes Crush You!

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Simply put, anytime an organization changes direction, someone gets crushed in the transition. Imagine two cogs, one turning clockwise and the other turning counter-clockwise, and each representing a different paradigm (see illustration and footnote). 1 The cog on the left represents tradition or “what we have always done”; the staus quo.…

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The Comprehension Gulf

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The Comprehension Gulf is the argument that God, if He exists, is infinite, and man, being finite, cannot possibly recognize or know Him. 1 This argument is easily dismissed but let’s give the atheists and agnostics a chance to explain. The atheist Carl Van Doren (1885-1950) wrote: There is no trustworthy…

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Beckelfest at Socrates in the City

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Socrates in the City or Beckelfest? Originally slated to feature Cal Thomas and his new book, What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America, last night’s Socrates in the City (SITC)event turned into a Bob Beckel therapy session. Now that may be a little strong, but the event was definitely different…

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Failing the Smell Test: Evangelical Christian Publisher Endorsing Gay Christianity?

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Here comes more of what we are going to see a whole lot of: Christian ministries, organizations, publishers, and business leaders trying to thread the needle of compartmentalization between what they say they believe and what they are actually practicing or willing to endorse. In the last three weeks, there have…