Monthly Archives: April 2013

Call for submissions to the Christian Carnival: #INHUMAN

Calling all bloggers:  Wednesday, May 1st, 8am-8pm, will you please publish and/or tweet (across all your social networks) a post on late-term abortion, using the #INHUMAN hashtag?   There is going to be an #INHUMAN tweetfest: https://www.facebook.com/events/118639345001205 Here are a selection of pro-life … Continue reading

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#Gosnell tweets you are free to snag

Please use these tweets to spread awareness about the Kermit Gosnell trial. Fill in any leftover characters by hash-tagging local and main stream media, and your politicians. Join the #inhuman Tweetfest Wednesday, May 1, 8am-8pm. ***For tweet coverage on Gosnell … Continue reading

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Why do I tweet so much about #Gosnell?

Before I heard about the Gosnell murder trial, I posted very rarely on abortion, out of sensitivity to the women who have made such a painful choice. I also figured there was no point swimming against the unchangeable culture-of-death tide … Continue reading

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Groothuis’ “Christian Apologetics” ch.22: The Resurrection of Jesus

This chapter of Groothuis’ Christian Apologetics covers the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus (which is evidence that the Father approves of everything he said and did in his ministry on earth).The significance of the resurrection:  “Of all the world’s religions, Christianity alone … Continue reading

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Groothuis’ “Christian Apologetics” ch.21: Defending the Incarnation

The two major issues covered in this chapter of Groothuis’ Christian Apologetics are: 1) the “God or a bad man” argument for Jesus’ deity, and 2) the logical coherence of a “Godman” (someone who is both God and man).The “God or a … Continue reading

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Groothuis’ “Christian Apologetics” ch.20: The Claims, Credentials and Achievements of Jesus Christ

This chapter of Groothuis’ Christian Apologetics shows how Jesus’ beliefs and actions in themselves are an apologetic for a high Christology. Since I cannot reproduce the whole chapter, here are some highlights:Matthew tells of Jesus’ virgin birth, which means that he is fully … Continue reading

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"Objections to Faith" by David Spikes (12 yrs. old)

Sometimes people have objections about Christianity, such as “a loving God would never send people to hell,” or “since evil and suffering exist, a good God cannot,” or “miracles contradict science, so they cannot exist.” One objection is that a loving … Continue reading

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Undesigned Coincidences (resurrected by Dr. Tim McGrew in 2011)

I just updated two previous blog posts written in 2011 on Dr. McGrew‘s (Library of Historical Apologetics) (EPS author) undesigned coincidences (1, 2).  I added some talks he has given since then, and linked to some of his newer resources, … Continue reading

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A "Twelve Facts" resurrection logic puzzle

Reposting with additions in red. Originally posted July 7, 2011. I am studying “the twelve facts” and want to get down what I’ve got so far. After the facts are displayed, we’re going to turn the whole thing into a … Continue reading

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