Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Old Testament in One Diagram

So I am a big believer in simplicity and I was thinking of the simplest way to explain my interpretation of the Old Testament.  I did this once before with my “Reformed Christian Quiz“, but I didn’t think it was … Continue reading

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The Nature of the Atonement

Originally posted on A Thoughtful Christian:
A Rational Faith Section 3.13 – The Nature of the Atonement One of the greatest difficulties involved in believing in the Christian faith is the idea that Jesus Christ had to die on the…

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The Importance of Understanding

Back when I was writing my unread (and for good reason) blog “The Bitter Christian”, I used to wonder if my efforts to understand and explain Christianity were a waste of time.  I finally concluded that having a solid understanding … Continue reading

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A Thoughtful Christian on Politics

I normally try not to write on politics.  Politics are, by their very nature, tremendously divisive and I am trying to appeal to everyone with the love of Christ.  Paul taught us to be “all things to all men that … Continue reading

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Triangulating on the Truth

Oftentimes when I am arguing with an atheist, I will abandon one line of reasoning and try to demonstrate the truth of what I believe using another line of reasoning.  When I do this, it is often interpreted as, “Aha! … Continue reading

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