|July 13, 2011
Posted by Anthony
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In my view, it is pointless to debate the morality of anything with an atheist until he is willing to admit that moral assessments imply the existence of the immaterial and transcendental realities that must exist if those assessments reflect anything more than one’s favorite flavor of ice cream.
KFUO radio interviewed me again, this time on the problem of pain and suffering. Download and listen below.
This has been one of those summers, I’ll tell you. I suppose it has been noticed that I haven’t been contributing to the blog very much, or sending out newsletters, or debating very much on the forum. September is on its way and I for one am looking forward to ‘vacation’ being over so that…
But what if it is the very methods of transmitting the faith that is actually undermining it left and right in our society? Is it really the case, as I have argued, that the Christian church is producing nonbelievers and atheists?
A review of Nancy Douglas’s Freedom: Healing for Parents of Disabled Children (Buy from Amazon) Book Description In the pages of Freedom, Nancy Douglas candidly shares the pain, grief, and trials of having a disabled child. From the initial storm of discovering her daughter was Autistic, deaf, and Failure to Thrive, to the agony of…
In the process of my return to Christianity I spent a fair bit of time dealing with what I thought was a foundational issue, that is, Does God Exist? The rest of Christianity’s claims seemed to rise and fall on that. This was the days before the Internet made everything easy, so my quest found…
I receive an email asking me to address the issue of the Israelite purge of Canaan, in particular the command to cut down the women and children as well. The correspondent indicated that this is something he as a Christian struggles with and points out that Richard Dawkins raises the issue as well. I asked…