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Discerning the Spirits: A Response to “The Spirit Said…”

Although rhetorically very powerful, the recent piece written “The Spirit Said…” by our friend Shawn Wicks, I contend misses the mark on both a logical and exegetical basis. Now some will disagree with me before they even bother to consider … Continue reading

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Willful Ignorance, Atheism, and the Moral Argument

The oft cited moral proof for God’s existence is one of the arguments that seems to consistently invoke both ire and self-righteous indignance from the secular humanist or the atheistically minded among us. One version [1] of the moral argument, … Continue reading

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Book Review: In the Beginning…We Misunderstood

In preparation to teach a unit in my Apologetics Sunday School class on Creation and Evolution, I recently read through a new book co-authored by two Dallas Seminary grads entitled In the Beginning…We Misunderstood: Interpreting Genesis 1 in it’s Original … Continue reading

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