Category Archives: A Case for Christianity

Wherein I argue that Christianity is the most reasonable belief system available to a knowledgeable and thoughtful human being.

Breaking the Power of Death

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.  He was with God in the beginning.  Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made.  (John … 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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The Negative Image of Christian Beliefs

You are a sinner who deserves to die because you have violated God’s law.  Because his holiness requires someone to die for sin, God sent Jesus Christ to die for you on the cross.  If you accept Jesus Christ God … Continue reading

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Christianity Without the Bible

When I first became a Christian, I had a low view of the Bible.  In my opinion, the Bible was the word of God, but any given verse or story could be disregarded if it was too hard to believe … Continue reading

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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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The Rationality of Theism

This was part of an earlier post, but I thought it should be its own separate post for clarity. A Simple Demonstration of the Rationality of Theism When one considers the question of existence, one quite quickly comes across the … Continue reading

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Everything from Nothing

The other day I was having a conversation with an atheist coworker.  He is an extremely bright and educated man who is a more skilled programmer than I am.  As our conversation progressed, it turned to my belief in God. … Continue reading

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