Monthly Archives: October 2014

King of the Marketplace

One of the reasons I write this blog is because of a deep sense of frustration.  In my view, the faith of Jesus Christ is the king of the marketplace of ideas and will inevitably win any honest competition between … Continue reading

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An Unanswered Prayer

Every once in a while, I have a good chuckle when an online atheist performs some amateur psychoanalysis on me after having read over something that I have written.  “You are afraid of death”, an atheist might say, “and are … Continue reading

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Church History

The other day I watched a review of the history of the Reformed Church done in response to accusations made at the “Strange Fire” conference sponsored by John McCarthur.  Watching this video confirmed my long held view that one of … Continue reading

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Proof of Life

The other day I was watching a YouTube video by David Wood on his channel Acts17Apologetics where he and Robert Spencer were arguing with Islamic scholars that Muhammad was not a real person but was manufactured by later people.  Honestly, … Continue reading

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Societal Evil

If, against every likelihood, I were ever to attend a high society function of some kind, I might engage members of the upper class in a conversation on the benefits of sanitation for the public health.  As modern human beings … Continue reading

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