Posts Tagged by Anthony Horvath
|January 16, 2013||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General, gun control, Liberalism, Obama, politics, satire, Secular Humanism|
Some folks wonder what keeps me so busy… here’s one thing. I’m part of a community of authors producing short stories on a regular basis. These stories are often inspired by things I’ve been thinking about. Today, completely coincidentally–honest!–I have released a short story called Law Abiding Citizen that ties in a bit with Obama’s…
|March 23, 2012||Posted by Anthony under Antony Flew, apologetics, atheism, Blog, Christian Short Stories, Christianity and Culture, copyright infringement, General, literary apologetics, philosophy|
I have now updated the collection with a foreword and two new short stories. Each of the two new stories is called “Anthony Horvath Goes to Heaven.” These two stories also have introductions. You’ll understand the similar titles after you get the series, but suffice it to say that they are written as a response to some criticisms about the fairness in contemplating the eternal fates of others, but not oneself.
|February 28, 2012||Posted by Anthony under apologetics, Bible Reliability, Blog, General, Jesus, original sin, spirituality, theism, theology|
Psalm 22 and the Cross
Or, One Reason So Many of the First Christians were Jews
Anyone who has ever had the opportunity to study the Jewish people prior to 100 AD will instantly recognize what rascals they were to anyone who came in contact with them. This, indeed, is the story of the Jews right back to their exodus from Egypt. And why shouldn’t they be precocious? Of all nations, God had chosen them to have a special relationship with.
|September 12, 2011||Posted by Anthony under Antony Flew, apologetics, atheism, Blog, General, Secular Humanism|
A Defense of the Integrity of Antony Flew’s “There is a God” From His Own Letters
Several years ago, word came out that Antony Flew had rejected his atheism. What he accepted was in doubt and in dispute. In a conversation with Dr. Gary Habermas, I was informed that Flew was very disappointed with the introduction to “God and Philosophy” which was to have addressed his views. Concerned that Flew might die before he had a chance to set the record straight, I asked for and received Flew’s mailing address. I contacted him, urging him to settle things. To my surprise, he replied…
|September 30, 2010||Posted by ACMStaff under abortion, Blog, book reviews, General, pro-life|
Book Review by Mary Ann Kreitzer It’s a parent’s worst nightmare — hearing the words, “You have a very sick child.” For a dad, it’s particularly difficult because his job, besides providing materially for his family, is to protect his loved ones from harm. But when illness strikes a child, a dad often stands helpless…
|August 24, 2010||Posted by Anthony under apologetics, Blog, Christianity and Culture, literary apologetics, Love|
I was recently invited to submit articles for consideration in a mag called Christian Video Magazine. I was delighted to take them up on the offer. My first article was published today in their August edition.
Interestingly, our online apologetics conference presenter Robert Velarde also appears in this edition. Check his article out. It’s worth it.
“He has set eternity in the hearts of men…” So begins chapter three, verse eleven, of the book of Ecclesiastes. I bet everyone sometimes falls into the habit of thinking that the only real things are those things we grasp with our five senses, but I would also wager that we have all experienced the angst and restlessness that shows that our rat race lives cannot provide us all the satisfactions we need. Christianity would offer another interpretation for that unsettled feeling: it is homesickness.