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William Lane Craig asks: are there objective truths about God?

In a lecture entitled “Are there Objective Truths About God?”, philosopher William Lane Craig discusses the problem that Christians face when they make truth claims about God.  1,167 more words

William Lane Craig

In the Image of God

this the text of my shabbat sermon from from 10/11/15

It might seem perfectly logical to us that the Torah begins where it does, with a description of God’s creation of the world – the literal beginning of everything. 1,300 more words

Beth El Congregation

Women's Rights and Disabled People's Rights: Against Universalist Certainty, For Context & Scepticism

This is the opinion post I promised here:


In the same post, and in relation to two poems of mine and further commentary material, I tried to imagine questions that might conceivably arise in the minds of some readers: 2,041 more words

Critique & Commentary

God goes to Hell.....

God is always present everywhere and no one is lost forever……http://goo.gl/Xdi528

Also check out this article in Wikipedia | Apocatastasis


"Buddhist ethics": a Tantric critique

“Buddhist ethics,” as I’ve pointed out in recent posts, has nothing to do with traditional Buddhist morality. Instead, it’s indistinguishable from mainstream leftish middle-class American secular morality. 4,060 more words


God’s Good Word: Mark 14:32-50

God in His infinite mercy allows us to be privy to Jesus Christ’s heart and prayers before His crucifixion.  We can see the distress of our Savior as He looked forward to His death upon the cross.  1,530 more words

Holy Spirit