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Pascal's Wager

Simply stated, the wager is that if eternal life and death are contingent on believing or not believing in God, then it’s logical to believe, Even if “just to be safe” because the risk of eternal damnation is too great. 283 more words


The Pro-Life Philosophy

This is an excerpt from the 21-Days For Life Prayer Guide (which I highly recommend) that outlines a clear moral pro-life philosophy.

There is no morally significant difference between the embryo you once were and the adult you are today that justifies killing you at that earlier stage of development. 222 more words

Paul Meets Muhammad: A Christian-Muslim Debate on the Resurrection by Licona, Michael R.

Imagine a crowded arena full of Christians, Muslims, and curious onlookers packed in to hear the outcome of one of the greatest debates in all of history. 331 more words


Review: The Real Scandal of the Evangelical Mind

Carl Trueman, Moody, 2011, 41 pages, 3 of 5 pages

The Real Scandal of the Evangelical Mind¬†is a rejoinder to Mark Noll’s 1994 book¬† 255 more words

Book Reviews

Remember to be kind.

When I was younger I couldn’t wait to grow up. I would look at my older sisters and their independence, and think about how I couldn’t wait to have that. 479 more words


AN INTRODUCTION TO TRADITIONAL LOGIC: Classical Reasoning for Contemporary Minds by Scott M. Sullivan, Ph.D.

Perfect for additional students taking the DVD course provided in the Logic 101 Kit, this student text includes the lecture content for easy reference and reading (with select stills from the video); each chapter concludes with a summary and exercises. 538 more words