Here’s an example of a misrepresentation of theistic arguments against atheism. First-Cause Argument The first-cause argument is not that “everything that exists needs a creator.” Although well-meaning lay people may… Continue Reading Good and Bad Arguments Against Atheism
I already wrote a post about Christians marrying unbelievers. I’ve been asked, however, to provide further evidence from the Bible and from the writings of biblical scholars, since I seem… Continue Reading Unequally Yoked and Married. Is That Christian?
My brother-in-law’s grandmother passed away last week. Another funeral, less than a year after my father passed away. When I was young, I never thought about death. I took people for… Continue Reading Why Do People Die?
The doctrine, held by most Christians today, that God burns the wicked in hell forever bothers many (and rightly so, I would say). Usually, Christians reply to such concerns by… Continue Reading Does God Burn People in Hell Forever? Is That Fair?
In describing the events that take place in GOD’s throne room, as narrated in the book of Revelation, chapters 4 and 5, the apostle John gives details that reveal the… Continue Reading The Astonishing Size of God’s Throne Room
I was echatting with an atheist today. “You have to admit,” he said, “that if your god wanted people to acknowledge him, he could easily reveal himself in an undeniable… Continue Reading Why Doesn’t God Show Himself to Us?
Some people have no imagination. Through my RSS reader, I landed on a post about who has the burden of proof in matters of worldviews. A former atheist-turned-Christian recalls that,… Continue Reading Is This Universe All There Is?