The God Delusion: Dawkins the Naturalist

We do not expect truth or reason from any other chemical reaction we can recreate in the lab, so why do we expect it from the chemical reactions in human being brains? Unfortunately, before Dawkins has even begun to give reasoning for why God is a delusion, he has admitted he cannot even account for his ability to reason from his own worldview. Continue reading The God Delusion: Dawkins the Naturalist

Textbook Atheism

Ricky Gervais is a man known for more than just his acting and comedic talent, he is also very well known for his atheism. He was invited on to another unbeliever’s later night talk show, Steven Colbert, to discuss and defend his atheism. Gervais repeated most of the surface level atheist mantras. Colbert first brought up the cosmological argument, and Gervais completely sidestepped. It is an … Continue reading Textbook Atheism

How to Respond to the Claim "The Bible Was Written by Men"

I really enjoy listening to Pastor Emilio Ramos through his online ministry RedGrace Media. His sermons, podcasts, and open-air preaching are all very edifying.  In one of his open-air sermons at the University of North Texas, a student challenged him with a peculiar, but ever so common charge.  While preaching about the authority of Scripture, a student attempted to refute him by shouting something to … Continue reading How to Respond to the Claim "The Bible Was Written by Men"

How to Respond to the Claim “The Bible Was Written by Men”

I really enjoy listening to Pastor Emilio Ramos through his online ministry RedGrace Media. His sermons, podcasts, and open-air preaching are all very edifying.  In one of his open-air sermons at the University of North Texas, a student challenged him with a peculiar, but ever so common charge.  While preaching about the authority of Scripture, a student attempted to refute him by shouting something to … Continue reading How to Respond to the Claim “The Bible Was Written by Men”

Slick with Secularism

Before he passed, Christopher Hitchens was my favorite Atheist. I say this because he was courageous and honest. Unlike Richard Dawkins, Hitchens was willing to defend his views publicly. And when it came to Christians, he was not only willing to be outnumbered, but he was willing to go up against one of our best. Not only was he fearless enough to be outnumbered and to meet our best … Continue reading Slick with Secularism

The Sign of Jonah

Matthew 12: 38-42, “Then some of the scribes and Pharisees answered him, saying, ‘Teacher, we wish to see a sign from you.’ But he answered them, ‘An evil and adulterous generation seeks for a sign, but no sign will be given to it except the sign of the prophet Jonah. For just as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the … Continue reading The Sign of Jonah

God of the Gaps

Recently, one of my good brothers in the faith posted a video clip of Jason Lisle explaning, in short, the Presuppositional defense of the Christian faith. His book, The Ultimate Proof of Creation was a major catalyst for my conversion to this apologetic method, and his book Understanding Genesis is one of the best reads on Biblical interpretation that any lay person could possibly get their hands on. However, … Continue reading God of the Gaps

Columbus Day: Christianity, Christopher and Children

I have written before on the dangers of Christians who think politically and not biblically. Issues in this country tend to take the hard sides of Liberal VS Conservatives. The danger can be a kind of political persuasion where Christians end up fearing political treason more than biblical infidelity. Peter tells the civil magistrate of his day “we must obey God rather than men,” and … Continue reading Columbus Day: Christianity, Christopher and Children