Posts Tagged by William Lane Craig
|January 29, 2009||Posted by Anthony under abortion, atheism, Blog, General, homosexuality, philosophy, theism, theology|
I recently had a conversation with some gents that I thought I would paraphrase for my blog. I think I’ve had the same kind of conversation a dozen times in the last three months. I have combined all the conversations into one paraphrase. Enjoy.
Them: We believe science is the only way to learn about the world and religion is just faith-mongering superstition. There is no scientific basis for believing in the existence of God. Belief is just irrationalism. I know what you’re going to say. That there had to be something that has always existed. Why not the universe?
Me: Well, science says that the universe had a beginning. So I guess the universe can’t be the thing that has always existed. Surely that means we can explore other options.
|April 19, 2008||Posted by Anthony under General|
The schedule for the upcoming apologetics academy session has been more or less finalized. Here it is: The Problem of Pain and Suffering — April 21st Christ Promised in the Old Testament — April 23rd Historicity of the Resurrection — April 25th Elements of Basic Christianity — April 28th Reliability of the New Testament Documents […]
|February 22, 2008||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General, Papers|
A Review of John Dominic Crossan’s The Historical Jesus By Anthony Horvath ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. NO PLAGIARISM. COPYRIGHT 2007 ANTHONY HORVATH. Introduction While in Strasbourg attending the Apologetics Academy under Dr. Montgomery we spent a fair bit of time talking about ‘the historical Jesus’ and scholarship on the subject both in the past and in […]