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Category Archive: Apologetics, Discipleship, Social Issues

The Liberal and the First Amendment

Eliminate the stained glass windows and the sacred texts and “religion,” from a purely philosophical perspective, is how you answer four basic questions: Where did you come from (origin)?...

There is No Referee

The Liberal disposition towards God is similar to a football player who’s on the field, playing the game, but doesn’t believe in a Referee. There are no penalties, only plays. The idea is...

What Does it Mean?

What does it mean to be saved and why do you believe in the death and resurrection of Christ? What makes you think it’s true and what difference does it make? Saying that you were,...

Questions and Answers

The Bible needs to be studied and not just read. Otherwise, things that critics love to cite as examples of how God supposedly endorses the very things He labels as sin appear to be credible when...

College Entrance Exam Part I (Answers)

These are the answers to the questions posed in the “College Entrance Exam Part I” questionnaire. 1) If you had to define the difference between the Old Testament and the New Testament...

College Entrance Exam Part I

Knowing what you believe and why you believe it is important, regardless of what the issue may be. How you vote, the way you navigate the waters of compromise, how you think…you always want to...

Slavery in the Bible

While you find the word, “slavery” in the Bible, in no way shape or form do you find an endorsement for the kind of slavery that existed in the United States in the 17th and 18th...

Why Did God Create Man?

Why did God create man? It’s not an easy question. Some ask feeling like, given the amount of pain and suffering in the world, God’s inspiration to create human beings couldn’t have...

Religion is Bad…

There’s an article that was recently brought to my attention via Facebook entitled, “Study Discovers Children Raised Without Religion Are Kinder And More Empathetic.” It’s...

Chapters and Verses – the Poison of Progressive Christianity

Progressive Christianity is characterized by a willingness to question tradition, acceptance of human diversity, a strong emphasis on social justice and care for the poor and the oppressed, and...