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.
In a pluralistic society it is important to understand how different cultures interact with one another and what the consequences of certain beliefs are. There is … Continue reading Diary of an an Infidel – Coexisting.
I’ll know it when I see it.” – Judge Potter Stewart. Imagine driving along in a perfectly healthy vehicle that has nothing wrong with it, except … Continue reading Diary of an Infidel – Free Speech
The first to plead his case seems right, Until another comes and examines him. ⁃ Proverbs 18:17 I once heard a quote to the effect of, … Continue reading Reflections – Confirmation Biases
There are only two kinds of people in the end: those who say to God, “Thy will be done,” and those to whom God says, in … Continue reading The Problem of Hell
William Paley, (1743-1805) wrote one of the earliest books presenting a developed natural theology. Natural Theology, which is different from Revelation Theology, comes to conclusions of … Continue reading The Problems of Apologetics – Design
The Kalam Cosmological Argument, from here on to be referred to as KCA, is a fascinating, thought provoking and controversial argument which will impress your friends … Continue reading Book Review – Kalam Cosmological Argument: A Reassessment.
Superficially, this article is about ‘Scientism’, what people think it is and whether it’s good or bad, but underpinning that debate is a more fundamental problem: … Continue reading Scientism: Monster or Myth. – Christopher Morris.