Thursday is for Apologetics They will philosophize. They will argue. They will throw sarcasm and scorn. They will seek to overwhelm you with volume, and anger, and vitriol, and stories about “how could a good God …” But the last thing any of them will do is open up a New Testament and read it … More He Scares Them: The Reason Radical Atheists Won’t Take Jesus Seriously
Well reasoned testimony of a former atheist’s long journey to faith in Christ. Long, but worth every second of your time. If you doubt your Bible, your faith, the coherance of your faith, this might be just what you need to gaze at the cross with renewed joy. If you have a friend who has … More Former atheist astrophysicist, Sarah Salviander, explains her journey to Christianity.
A Simple Post on Facebook Yesterday Evening It was a simple observation that TV producers, writers, and Networks seem to be bent on giving a very noticeable pattern to their viewing audience. Mentalist, House, Elementary, Backstrom: Hollywood selling atheist heroes to the TV audience. With dripping disdain for the “foolishness,” and “stupidity” of those who have … More Be Still and Know: Psalm 46 and the Believing Mind
Wednesday is for Prayer I’m in a conversation with an atheist over on Twitter. He is asking me for a proof that God exists. “Give me your best proof,” he says. I told him I don’t believe because of “a” proof. I believe because of a compounding of various proofs and evidence and ultimately because … More An Atheist Helps Me Understand Why I Believe
Weekend Links “Celebrity Pastors” has been a topic all over the internet. Kevin DeYoung offers some wise words in the post below and the article on Photo Ethics for Bloggers is telling and helpful. Sometimes you break the law or the spirit of the law without intending to. It is already changing the way that … More Photo Ethics for Bloggers; Celebrity Pastors; Atheist Stupidity?; New Calvinism; Laws of Logic; etc
Wednesday is for Science “No human investigation can be called true science without passing through the mathematical tests.” — Leonardo da Vinci — The following is an interview with David Berlinski, a Jewish, agnostic, mathematician, who has some severe questions for Darwinists. He strikes me as an honest genius, possessed of a tremendous vocabulary and … More What Would Leonardo da Vinci Say to an Evolutionist?
Tuesday is for Apologetics Here’s a great video from Dr. William Lane Craig who takes on a young atheist who is clearly in over his head.
I love the winsomeness of Dr. Ravi Zacharias’ respect for others and their ideas even when he believes they are wrong. Atheist Richard Dawkins, on the other hand, is an example of a brilliant mind corrupted by arrogance and disdain. Lacking respect for all who disagree with him, Dawkins resorts to mockery when his ideas … More Why Mockery is a Weak Man’s Argument
Tuesday is for Discussion We say we believe in a supernatural God, a God who spoke worlds into existence, a God who set the stars in their courses, a God who parted seas and rivers, a God who freed a people from slavery, a God who raises the dead and who is coming again to … More The Atheism of Christians
Another gem from the offerings of Kairos Journal This comes from a previous generation (many previous generations ago) and requires a slow reading. Think on Charnock’s words. He is wise and he writes to make us wise and holy–two things that God desires and we need. Practical Atheism—Stephen Charnock (1628 – 1680) Educated at Emmanuel … More The Practical Atheism of Disobedience