Bart Ehrman, after becoming a Christian and graduating from Wheaton College, attended Princeton Theological Seminary for higher education. It was there he wrote a paper on … Continue reading Battle For The Bible
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.
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
This is an article, originally by Clay Jones, found on: http://www.clayjones.net/2010/08/a-question-the-jehovah%E2%80%99s-witnesses-can%E2%80%99t-answer/ When I was in seminary in the 1970’s, I took Cults from Walter Martin and … Continue reading A question Jehovah’s Witnesses cannot answer.
Hermeneutics, a strange word with a lot of rules. This is the science of interpreting a text and like any science there are rules. It is, … Continue reading An intro to Biblical interpretation.
In the day of my trouble I shall call upon You, For You will answer me.” – Psalm 86:7. Why do You stand afar off, O … Continue reading A God Far Off
Like many ideas, or systems, Christianity has a central theme to it, which without causes it to collapse. Whether it be a car, a watch or … Continue reading The Fatal Flaw of Christianity – Colin Burgess.