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You Would Never Believe This

Well, I am sorry to say that I have again neglected my poor little blog, and I feel horrible. Over a year of not posting is inexcusable and I now see that I have a minute number of followers. 320 more words

My conversation about slavery with a Mormon apologetic

Occasionally I pop onto Twitter and search for “atheist” or “atheism” to see what people are saying.  For the most part I’m looking for new people to follow who may have interesting things to say, or I’m looking for people who are looking for help in relating to atheists and offering my book as an aid.   202 more words

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Historical Evidence for the Resurrection and the Validation of the Deity of Jesus

The Resurrection Mural by Ron DiCianni

 

This Jesus God raised up, and of that we all are witnesses. Being therefore exalted at the right hand of God, and having received from the Father the promise of the Holy Spirit, he has poured out this that you yourselves are seeing and hearing.

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ATHEISM & Post-9/11, scholars scolded the religious. Now they overintellectualize them

by Stephen T. Asma, JULY 28, 2014

September 11 changed the God conversation. Atheism was always a reasonable alternative to theological glitches like the problem of evil, and of course God seemed increasingly unnecessary after Darwin’s revolution, but atheism was a relatively quiet and confident minority position. 283 more words

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A response to "A response to a commenter."

Hello Vyas,

Thank you for writing this article. It has really helped me to see how my well meaning comment did not portray what I intended and how it was perceived. 1,579 more words

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The beautiful words of Francis Schaeffer "The God Who Is There"...

“Yet, on the other hand, we must stand against all the romantic concepts of perfection in this life. The bible does not promise us perfection in this life, except in the area of justification. 151 more words

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so close it hurts a little...

I watched this video and cringed. I am seriously more apologetic than the first half and would struggle to act like the second half.

need to work on that!