Metanarrative: Apologetics in a PostModern Society that Demands Modernist Evidences

I posted a very quick blurb the other day about how I was going to start publishing some of my short stories on my blog. I didn’t elaborate much on it, but I used the word ‘metanarrative’ in the title. To my surprise, I received a fair amount of hits just from that brief mention. […]

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They aren’t Hobbits? They might be human but with a genetic Flaw? No! I don’t believe it!

Source Article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main…scihobbit103.xml And here is the problem:  there is no way to be sure that none of the so called ancestors to homo sapiens are not also just defective, deformed, diseased homo sapiens.  Consider this discussion off my forum where I made the same point when the news of the ‘Hobbit Species’ first broke: […]

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Dispelling the Myth that Christians Are Hopelessly Divided on Core Beliefs

One of the main lines of attacks that skeptics have employed is along the lines of language. For example, ‘Intelligent Design’ should be a redundancy, but today evolutionists talk all the time about organisms being ‘designed’ but insist that design was done by natural processes. This gives them the advantage of being able to admit […]

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The Train Wreck that was Ron Paul at the GOP Debate Sponsored by Fox News

I don’t put much weight on political debates.   When I see one I don’t expect my position or views to change and I am always surprised to hear that other people’s views are effected.  I think the debate format has limited value.  There is usually no way you can elucidate your position in a short […]

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Short Story: Mother Teresa Goes to Heaven

This short story was inspired by this article at Time, here. I blogged on that article here: “Mother Teresa had moments of doubt?“ “It is not enough to save you.” Teresa heard the words with horror. She had heard the entire conversation and she trembled throughout it. Each utterance was burned into her mind so […]

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Short Stories, Etc, metanarrative, literary apologetics, fiction, etc

I am an author and really dig ‘world-building.’ I like to tell stories in general and sometimes like to make a point via stories. I have quite a few short stories that I have decided I will make available on my blog since it gets a heck of a lot more traffic than their current […]

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I could never vote for a woman or a black man for president!

Something that has really gotten under my skin of late is hearing some of the liberals out there wondering about whether or not America is ‘ready’ for a woman president or a black president.  The implication is that if Hillary or Obama lose, they didn’t lose because their platform was rejected but because America wasn’t […]

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