While browsing stumbleupon, I came across this very annoying image, which was a screencap of some forum posts. Now, most Atheists are applauding this logic, but let me point out the major flaw in this hypothetical situation (outside of the fact that it’s hypothetical). As a Christian, this situation breaks the character of […]Read more "A hypothetical situation"
Honestly, I hate writing about the apocalypse, but more-so, I hate reading people’s interpretations about it, not because I even think many people are right or wrong, but because the Bible doesn’t actually give us a lot of information about it. It’s probably accurate to say that Christians have just enough information to be dangerous, […]Read more "The Apocalypse, As The Bible Tells It"
But I am not going to shove that in anyone’s face, since it is evident on it’s own. To people that had their hopes up, don’t lose the faith. This has nothing to do with the gospel of Jesus Christ! We are told that He has been risen, that He has given us inheritance through […]Read more "Well, the end of the world wasn’t today!"
These days, people are into the supernatural; vampires, zombies, wizardry, etc. Have you ever stopped to think about how these relate to our real lives in our real world? Well, last night, I had a huge inclination to write to you about zombies. Well, not the kind you’d usually expect, but the kind that we see […]Read more "Zombie Nation"
For those who are not aware, the argument goes as follows (in the most basic sense): God exists. God is omnipotent, omniscient, and perfectly good. A perfectly good being would want to prevent all evils. An omniscient being knows every way in which evils can come into existence. An omnipotent being, who knows every way […]Read more "Epicurus’ Argument"
Most people have heard the quote, “Don’t preach to the converted,” or a variant of it, and yet it seems to be one of the “faithful” aspects of Christianity. If you’re a Christian, you can count on being preached at (for the most part) once a week. What’s up with this? To give some background […]Read more "Don’t preach to the converted"
If you haven’t already read my article on May 21, 2011, you should probably read that as a preface to this article. So the talk of Christianity, and increasingly so as we get closer to May 21, is the end times. This date stems back to a prediction of the rapture made by Harold Camping. […]Read more "Harold Camping – Prophet or Misguided?"