Tag Archives: doubt

Apologetics — The Marks of Myth and History

Just a quick word to all regarding my last post. I’ve received a couple of responses that pointed out that not all atheists are angry at God. I’d agree, in fact, that’s what I said in the last post “One … Continue reading

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Apologetics — How do I answer the skepticism or contempt of friends?

“Religion,” Marx famously claimed, “is the opiate of the people.” Perhaps you’ve heard friends or family respond to your faith with similar condescending remarks: “Religion is for the feeble minded,” “Religion is just a crutch,” “It’s the same as fairy … Continue reading

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The Point of Apologetics

Apologetics in Christianity isn’t about saying, “I’m sorry.” It is a whole field of study that seeks to answer the questions men may ask about faith and answer the accusations that men may make about what we believe. It seeks … Continue reading

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Old Testament Parallels, 
Moses (Exodus 3,4) and Reluctant Ambassadors

The story is familiar to most people who have even a modest knowledge of the Bible: the call of Moses at the burning bush. Moses the Israelite had been raised as an adopted child of privilege in the house of … Continue reading

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Shall I not drink it? – John 18-21

Thanks for not giving up on me while I was temporarily without internet access on the computer that I do this work on. We’ll be wrapping up the Gospel of John in today’s reading. It sort of needs to be … Continue reading

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