Monthly Archives: March 2013

History, Probability, and Miracles

One of the most common misconceptions about history is the idea that history *is* our past. This misconception is understandable, since when we are taught “history” in high school or even in college the courses provide an overview and summary of … Continue reading

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Neither Paganism nor Christianity Was Responsible for Science

Christianity across denominations (though mostly Protestant evangelicals) is responsible for why the majority of the American public does not believe in evolutionary science today. Martin Luther, citing Joshua 10:13, refused to believe in a Heliocentric solar system. Millions of Americans today, thanks to groups … Continue reading

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I Find Your Lack of Faith Disturbing

Just had a funny thought. Surely we all remember the famous scene in Star Wars: General Motti: “Don’t try to frighten us with your sorcerer’s ways, Lord Vader. Your sad devotion to that ancient religion…” Imagine if Vader had tried … Continue reading

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Podcast Interview with Don Johnson Evangelistic Ministries

Don Johnson, host of the Don Johnson Show, has invited me for a podcast interview on April 5th. We will be discussing Metaphysical Naturalism and Christian Theism as competing world views, and will give our respective reasons for believing in each … Continue reading

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Paley’s Comfort

In crossing a beach, suppose I pitched my foot against the ground and found a … Ray Comfort! Sure enough, during a weekend visit to Huntington beach I ran into Comfort a couple of months ago. Comfort performs open air … Continue reading

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Another Source for Tiberius!

I said that I wouldn’t be blogging until later this month, but something relevant came up while I was researching on a seminar paper and I had to write about it. Originally when I searched for the authors that Habermas … Continue reading

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