A book review of A Matter of Days, by Dr Hugh Ross. Colin Burgess THE DILEMMA Often people are caught between two choices, or the horns of a dilemma. Should we have the soup or the salad? Should we get … Continue reading A Matter of Days – Book Review.
The moral argument has no shortage of fans. Many Christian apologists flock to it during debate, asserting that a denial of God’s existence invariably leads one … Continue reading Problems of Apologetics – The Moral Argument.
I recently read an oft cited quote by accomplished apologist, Lee Stroebel, which portrays atheism as a commitment to naturalism, that in order to carry on … Continue reading Smug Apologetics
I recently had the opportunity to take Reasons to Believe’s latest course on Evangelism in a Scientific Context, which seems to be be somewhat of a … Continue reading Reasons to Believe – Evangelism in a Scientific Context review.
Hugh Ross, what should I say about Dr Hugh Ross? I remember my first encounter with his works in 2010, when, as I recall, I was … Continue reading Always Be Ready – Book Review.
The greatest principle of all is that nobody, whether male or female, should be without a leader. Nor should the mind of anybody be habituated to … Continue reading Libertarianism and the Christian Mind – Colin Burgess
Opening video: https://youtu.be/c5QdzqbCxgI The wonderful thing about logic is that it is not a nicety, it is a necessity. It does not merely describe how we … Continue reading Logical Fallacies and Bad Reasoning.
#!/usr/bin/python def disjunct(p,q): #if pnand q are different the disjunct is true, else it is false. print(“Disjunct: P = “,p, ” Q = “,q) if p … Continue reading Logic Code