What is truth, and can it be known? Continue reading The Inconvenience of Truth.
While it is my goal to make apologetics and theology training free for all, it is also my goal to expand my efforts and to turn … Continue reading Philosophers need food.
Problem of divine hiddenness “In the day of my trouble I shall call upon You, For You will answer me.” – Psalm 86:7. “Why do You … Continue reading A God Far Off
“A wise man, therefore, proportions his belief to the evidence. In such conclusions as are founded on an infallible experience, he expects the event with the … Continue reading Cold Case Christianity review, pt 1 – Colin Burgess.
Popular author and apologist, J Warner Wallace, wrote a book, “Forensic Faith” and in it he begins by defending the need for apologetics in the church. … Continue reading An Apologetics Treatise. – Colin Burgess
The Ontological argument, an argument that gets much laughter and ridicule and accusations of “deducing God from God” or “Circular Reasoning” are often thrown at the … Continue reading OutModed by the Ontological Argument. – Colin Burgess
– “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, So are My ways higher than your ways And My thoughts than your thoughts.” – Isaiah … Continue reading Think like Sheldon, without losing your friends. – Colin Burgess.