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The Eagle-Eyed Argument

The 16th century theologian St Thomas Aquinas proposed the Cosmological argument for the existence of God. This is a basically an argument based upon cause. Aquinas’s argument had four facets: motion, causation, contingency, and degree. The fundamental argument claims that … Continue reading

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The Passover Problem

 The Passover death of Jesus provides a problem for believers in the Bible, but one that has a satisfactory answer. In crucifixion, the victim’s arms are stretched and tied or nailed to the crossbeam, called the patibulum. This puts enormous … Continue reading

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How the Battle of Hastings Proves the Existence of God

At the Battle of Hastings on October 14, 1066, William, the Duke of Normandy, invaded England and conquered the island nation by defeating the Anglo-Saxon King Harold. This began the Norman Invasion of England and changed the country in many … Continue reading

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Can A Christian Believe In Theistic Evolution And Be Saved?

The belief system of Christianity is based upon facts, not blind faith. The Bible teaches that the earth and everything in it was Created in six days just like our own, and that this Creation week took place just a few … Continue reading

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Why Did God Create Man?

Since God made man, then He did so for a reason. And according to the Bible, God not only crafted humanity with one overarching reason, He has made each one of us as particular and specific individuals with a plan … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With Kids These Days?

The Millennial Generation has been given a new nickname recently – Snowflakes. It comes from a couple of things. These people have been told their whole lives how special they are, like a snowflake. But when you get a bunch … Continue reading

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God’s Identity Crisis: Part III – Taking Life

One of the harshest criticisms leveled again God in the Old Testament are His orders to take life, and in particular, large groups, such as the Jews devastating the Canaanites in order to occupy the land. In fact, many have … Continue reading

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