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Episode 7 "What Brings You In Today"?

-Apologies for the rough audio this week, it will be fixed next episode- In this episode of TriangleCast, Writer Jason Guigno and Entrepreneur Corey Jeffreys discuss sales. 332 more words

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The Gospels, Personal Relevance, and A Priori Commitments

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The Gospels, Personal Relevance, and A Priori Commitments

Note:  Please be advised that this essay was inspired by David Marshall’s blog post located here:  … 1,788 more words

Apologetics

Closing the Toxic Customer

So I had this real toxic customer who had just taken his car and dropped it off to service because it “shut off while driving.”  He kept telling me how if we didn’t take the car off his hands that he would bring it back over from service and “Light it on fire.” 363 more words

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Just Start

Noting will ever be attempted if all possible objections must be first overcome.    —  Jules W. Lederer . On This Day In: 2016 Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall… 20 more words
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A Funny Reminder of the Christmas Story

As you read the Christmas story in the gospel and Matthew and Luke, you might notice that our modern day plays and retellings add a few items that are not found in the original source.  100 more words

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Another Objection to Atheism's Evolution Dilemma

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Another Objection to Atheism’s Evolution Dilemma

In response to the dilemma that evolution poses to atheism, commentator Andrew offers yet another objection to this argument, and since his objection is quite interesting, it is well-worth a detailed response. 3,242 more words

Atheism

Objections to Atheism's Evolution Dilemma

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Objections to Atheism’s Evolution Dilemma

In the previous essay titled “Atheism’s Evolution Dilemma’, it was noted that evolution presents atheists and atheistic-naturalists with a dilemma: namely, if the atheistic-naturalist believes that evolution created human beings with cognitive faculties that have a low or inscrutable reliability when it comes to tracking the truth about the world, then the atheistic-naturalist has a reason to disbelieve or be uncertain about everything that is delivered by those cognitive faculties, including his belief in evolution and atheistic-naturalism; but if the atheistic-naturalist believes that evolution created human beings with cognitive faculties that have a high reliability when it comes to tracking the truth about the world, then the atheistic-naturalist has a reason to disbelieve or be uncertain about atheistic-naturalism, for those highly reliable cognitive faculties have almost universally created, in human beings, the belief that atheistic-naturalism is false and that theism and/or supernaturalism is true. 2,018 more words

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