Defining arguments away—the distorted language of secularism
How key terms in the origins debate have been defined to slant the ‘rules of engagement’ between Christianity and secularism against Christianity.
Can you “hurt” someone by not believing the same as they do?
Why do some atheists declare ‘hurt’ and ‘offence’? Perhaps to put Christians on the defensive to stop them from giving answers to what the world is teaching.
How to think (not what to think)
Understanding the difference between what opposing theories predict helps to discriminate between them and thus avoid useless arguments.
How do miracles happen?
Do we need to know how miracles happen to know if they happen?
A strategy of subterfuge and stealth? Or to attack Christianity with all guns blazing? The ‘moderates’ and the ‘new atheists’ struggle to unite against their common creationist enemy!
Long tails, tall tales
The Apostle of Atheism, Richard Dawkins, contributes much to the public myth of evolution as established fact, but this book offers nothing substantive to the defence of evolution.
Does ‘deep time’ make sense?
As we look at the foundations of the ‘billions of years’ historical framework, are the foundations rock or sand?
Is process theology compatible with the Bible?
What is agnosticism? And how can Christians respond to it?
Questioning ‘How to debate a creationist’ by Michael Shermer
A skeptic gives advice about how to debate creationists, but he unwittingly shows the religious nature of his position.
Some academics claim that mathematics could be racist, and that there is such a thing as ‘white math’.
James R. Hughes
The Bible declares: In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1
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