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Oh man. This is wonderful. Richard Dawkins never saw such worthy opponents. Here are the same guys dealing with Trinitarian heresies.
What Kind of Blessing? Don’t miss this short one. Kevin DeYoung asks us what kind of blessings are we looking for and warns of following the world’s beatitudes instead of Christ’s. Ladies, Know Your Role. “One of the reasons many wives struggle … Continue reading
Atheistic Morality. A brilliant display of what atheistic morality naturally looks like. Amy Hall sums it up well, “There is no “just as moral” here; we’re differently moral.” Ferguson Analysis. Justin Taylor offers a helpful look at the Ferguson controversy. “One … Continue reading
Use Your Knowledge to Serve Others, Not Judge Them. For someone who is working through his Masters of Divinity, this was a refreshing piece. “Your gift of theological and apologetic aptitude and knowledge is not the only important gift…It’s given … Continue reading
“I believe in God!” Ever hear that? I do. A lot. Now, there isn’t anything wrong with that statement. In fact, there is a lot right with that statement. But the statement – I believe in God – is only … Continue reading
Spurgeon’s Love for Fine Cigars. I love to hear stories and quirks about my heroes. This makes me love him all the more. Why I Am Not Completely Certain Christianity is True. This is written by a Christian apologist. “No, I am … Continue reading
“I believe Jesus was a great moral teacher, but I don’t worship Him as God.” Have you ever heard that? I have. A lot. A lot of people like to take this stance on Jesus because it allows them to … Continue reading