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Faith in the Triumph of Hope and Love

So for the last 3 and a half hours I have been listening to Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett and Christopher Hitchens talk about religion.  It is an interesting exercise for a Christian believer, but hardly one I would … Continue reading

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Putting God First

It is amazing how you can read through a passage in the Bible for the umpteenth time and see something you have never seen before.  Of the many intangible reasons for the Christian faith, this is surely one of the … Continue reading

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Where’s the Faith?

In 1984, Wendy’s began one of the most popular advertisement campaigns of all time.  Featuring three older women in search of a hamburger, every one of the commercials featured the tag line “Where’s the beef?”  These commercials were an instant  … Continue reading

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The Importance of Faith

The other day I watched a YouTube video where internet philosopher Stefan Molyneux described why he rejected Christianity.  Evidently, when he was younger he prayed a prayer of the form, “Lord if you exist then help me out of this … Continue reading

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Faith vs Works

Faith does not make you a good person, your actions do. So this morning, a friend of mine came up to me and said, “So I heard a beautiful saying earlier this week and I wanted to share it with … Continue reading

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The Age of the Earth

Recently Bill Nye “the Science Guy” debated Ken Ham at the Creation Museum on evolution.  This debate has brought up some very awkward issues for me.  As a Christian who believes that the earth is billions of years old, I … Continue reading

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Faith as Evidence

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.  (Hebrews 11:1) For the first 18 years of my Christian life, I interpreted this verse as meaning that believers have faith instead of evidence.  This … Continue reading

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