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What It All Points To

When it comes down to looking at all the facts accepted by scholarship that surround Jesus’ “resurrection,” the best explanation is that Jesus was indeed raised from the dead.

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Posted in Apologetics, Hisotry, Philosophy

It’s Only Natural?

Naturalism, as a worldview has come to dominate western thought in recent decades. This is most evident within the academy, particularly the sciences, but naturalism pervades pop culture, and its ubiquity is evident in subtle and not so subtle ways

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Restoring ears, Loving neighbors

Since everyone is offering their opinions, I beg your forgiveness for adding to the cacophony of chaotic chatter.  I do not, as a rule, comment politically in this format or on social media as I am convinced it often serves no

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What A Piece of Work is a Man

You and I are merely products of a cosmological game of chance.  This is what many in the scientific community tell us.  “The Cosmos is all that is or was or ever will be.” This famous quote from Carl Sagan

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Posted in Apologetics, Epistemology, Logic, Philosophy, Theology

What science cannot discover

There is no question that the modern world, with its technological wonders, advancements in medicine, and discoveries that reshape our understanding of the universe, is greatly indebted to the sciences.  From the Large Hadron Collider that has opened up the

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If they haven’t heard

VIA VERITAS VITA is the Latin motto for Glasgow University, where I had the opportunity to study for a couple of years.  These words, which translate to way, truth, and life, are displayed prominently on the University’s official crest.  They

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Can God do Anything?

Recently a student in the Apologetics Connect group that I facilitate at my home church posed an age-old question.  It was phrased a little different from what I remember, but in essence it was the “Big Cosmic Rock” argument.  This

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In Defense of Intellectual Christianity

Or an apologetic for Apologetics… I love to think. I enjoy thinking long and deeply about theological and philosophical topics. Those who know me well can attest to the fact that I am passionate about these things. I am passionate

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