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Are they itching?

3 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but wanting to have their ears tickled, they will accumulate for themselves teachers in accordance to their own desires, 4 and will turn away their ears from the truth and will turn aside to myths.

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Reflection

​Afterlife

First published Mon Dec 26, 2005; substantive revision Thu Dec 18, 2014

Parapsychology and Near Death Experiences:

During the heyday of logical positivism in the twentieth century, it is interesting that while Moritz Schlick proposed that its demands for empirical verification would render propositions about God as meaningless, it would not rule out as meaningless propositions about life after death so long as they involved subjects having experiences.

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Science

Essential Theology: the Everywhere God

I believe that God is omnipresent, that he in some way exists everywhere. This follows from him being the Ground of all Being. If everything everywhere continues to depend on his upholding for its existence, then he must inhabit and infuse everything with his sustaining power and presence. 2,322 more words

Religion is not Black and White

Last week I was lucky enough to be at Pennsic; an event for members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).  And while this event is very much a part of the SCA, there is a significant group of pagans that attend as well.   1,420 more words

Pagan

Long Lost Videos Rediscovered: William Lane Craig on 100 Huntley Street

Well, they weren’t really lost but I haven’t seen this circulated and after watching them myself I was impressed.  This series of videos with William Lane Craig on Canada’s longest running daily talk show, 100 Huntley Street, was released in 2009.  117 more words

Apologetics

Science doesn’t know it all. Neither does Religion.

This weekend I got into a very minor debate with my father that shook me big time.

I found out that my father has become a creationist. 885 more words

Pagan

Chaos in sanctuary

I stood in the church my wife and I attend. It’s a Nazarene Church which is an offshoot of the Wesleyan Holiness Movement. I haven’t been a Wesleyan for quite some time but my wife is. 728 more words

Christian