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Jer. 29:11 – A Divine Promise or Throw Pillow Platitude?

Recently, I heard a sermon in church on the story of Esther, the central thrust of which was to point out the variety of ways in which Yahweh so providentially ordered her circumstances so as to turn her rather desperate situation into … Continue reading

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Why Christianity is a Religion, and Not (Merely) a Relationship!

During the first week of my introduction to philosophy classes, I make my students fill out a short questionnaire in which they are to describe their personal views on a variety of issues pertinent to the class, e.g., how do … Continue reading

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Were The Biblical Writers “Bronze-Age Peasants”?

Recently, I’ve been listening to various interviews, podcasts, and debates that have featured the popular theoretical physicist and self-proclaimed anti-theist from Arizona State University, Lawrence Krauss. Of late, Krauss has received a great deal of media attention due to his … Continue reading

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