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objections to christianity

The objection I’ve run into most and which I upheld myself in my “there is no truth” days, is the one that gives the book its title: “That’s true for you but not for me.”1 Paul Copan challenges a relativistic view of truth, “that truth-claims are really just opinions or culturally shaped perspectives.”2 It seems that relativism in a culturally pluralistic context is just one of several variations that a stance of subjective truth could take on. 642 more words


Dr. Ravi Zacharias answers the question "Why are you so afraid of subjective moral reasoning?"

Here is a question and answer exchange between Ravi Zacharias and a young man at the University of Pennsylvania.  The question posed by the young man was “Why are you so afraid of subjective moral reasoning? 109 more words


The Tower of Babel: An Alternative Perspective

When people speak of a need for their faith in God/s, they almost always come around to expressing how–though they’ll readily grant that organized religion, as an institution, may at times fall short of the ideal–the faith and grace of the Almighty still resonates in the hearts of all mankind (whether they acknowledge His omnipresence or not), and serves as the one true guiding force by which we may hope to find solidarity; through which we can strive to attain peace of mind, and (ultimately) peace on Earth, as surely as we are to find it in the coming hereafter. 1,477 more words


What is the Proper Way to Do Apologetics?

We are living in what can be considered the golden age of Christian apologetics. There has been more information published defending Christianity in the last twenty five years than in most of the previous twenty centuries. 703 more words


Theology in Story

Rather unexpectedly yesterday, I found myself devouring all 160 pages of a 2013 novel by Trevin Wax Clear Winter Nights: A Journey Into Truth, Doubt and What Comes After… 502 more words


When Life Begins: A New Approach

The status of unborn human life is a subject of great controversy in the United States. It involves such topics as birth control, abortion, and embryonic stem cell research. 1,595 more words


Review of "Introduction to Pentecostal Doctrine" By Zenas Bicket

Introduction to Pentecostal Doctrine by Zenas Bicket
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I enjoyed this book, but I could only give it three stars because there was so much that I disagreed with. 291 more words

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