Monthly Archives: January 2015

Chaucer, Shakespeare and Job

You who swelter in your clothes when the land lies hushed under the south wind, can you join him in spreading out the skies, hard as a mirror of cast bronze?  (Job 37:17-18) Going through a YouTube video the other … Continue reading

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Atheism, Axiomatic Truths and the Burden of Proof

In a previous post, I took a brief look at the issue of who has the burden of proof in the God debate.  When I originally wrote that post, I had a few tidbits that I wanted to weave into … Continue reading

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Obvious Yet Hard to See

Originally posted on A Thoughtful Christian:
So I want you to consider the image above for a little bit. What is it? It is an image of something with which everyone capable of reading these words is familiar.  As I…

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The Problem with Divine Law

When I tell atheists that I used to be an atheist, their attitude is typically skeptical.  “It is the propagandists stock in trade to attempt to claim objectivity by saying that they used to be a part of the opposing … Continue reading

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