Monthly Archives: November 2011

Belated Pre-Thanksgiving Christian Carnival

Welcome to the November 23, 2011 edition of christian carnival ii.   Mark Taylor was supposed to host but must have fallen into a turkey coma, so I’m honored to present the following submissions.   I’ve set the date to … Continue reading

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Observations on the finale of Fringe

The Observer known as “September” So tonight was the (correction:  fall) finale of Fringe, named Wallflower for an invisible man, but probably also calling attention to Peter taking a less active roll in this particular multiverse by making Lincoln more attractive to Olivia … Continue reading

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Notes: Luke 24:36-53; Acts 1:4-14; Matthew 28:16-20; Mark 16:14-20b

Luke 24:36-53; Acts 1:4-14; Matthew 28:16-20; Mark 16:14-20b Bible Narrative Project EVENTS OF THE RESURRECTION November 18, 2011 by Linwood Kemp In the evening after the crucifixion, Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus took down the body of Jesus and laid it in … Continue reading

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Answering Stephen Law’s evil god argument

This is a reply to Stephen Law’s “evil god” argument he gave in his debate with William Lane Craig in October.  I first posted a version of it in a comment to my blog post here, in reply to Jason … Continue reading

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Christian Carnival

Welcome to the November 9, 2011 edition of christian carnival ii. I’d like to mention two pieces of news before you dig in to this feast. 1. Mark Deviny of Christian Apologetics Alliance has put together a new Christian apologetics … Continue reading

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C.A.S.E. – Christian Apologetics Search Engine

Check out this new Christian apologetics search engine (C.A.S.E.) put together by Mark Deviny of Christian Apologetics Alliance.  Over 200 apologetics websites and growing.  Here are some questions you can ask in the search engine: Isn’t there truth in every religion?  … Continue reading

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