Does Grief Best Explain The Resurrection Hypothesis?

On April 24, 2012, in Apologetics, by july

This is a response to an entry in Debunking Christianity entitled Grief Best Explains the Resurrection Hypothesis. Here’s the main idea of the post: By a bold if unconscious leap, Peter entered the world of his wishes. As a result he “saw” Jesus, concluded that his Lord had risen from the dead, and by witnessing […]

 

Apologetics and Debunking Christianity

On April 24, 2012, in Apologetics, by july

A random thought came up from me about a week ago thinking of how I can make my Tuesday nights a little bit more productive.  An old adage from Magic: The Gathering has this to say: “Love is like a rhino, short sighted and hasty.  If it cannot find a way, it will make a […]

 

Circular Reasoning and Doctrinal Absurdities

On April 3, 2012, in Insights, Philosophy, by july

Christian laypeople are often incubated into the idea that the Bible is inerrant.  One has to wonder if inerrancy is such an easy word to comprehend, why does one need to come up with a Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy from more than 200 Christian leaders around the world? During a dinner I had with […]

 

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