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.
What is truth, and can it be known? Continue reading The Inconvenience of Truth.
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
Good advice for those interested in apologetics Continue reading Advice for future apologists.
How to make a Christian become an Atheist: By John Byrne. 1. Teach them bad theology. 2. Don’t teach apologetics. 3. Teach that faith is believing without evidence. 4. Teach them that God is like a Genie in a bottle who will give you whatever you ask for. 5. Teach them suffering only comes to those who don’t have enough faith. 6. Teach some kind of veiled works based doctrine. 7. Emphasize love, mercy, and acceptance while ignoring God as holy, just, and righteous. 8. Teach moralistic therapeutic deism (to borrow from Christian Smith). 9. Pretend you don’t need forgiveness … Continue reading A recipe for making atheists.
Doctrinal Statement of Faith The following statement of faith is what I, Colin Burgess, wholeheartedly affirm as a Christian. The following outlines the sine qua non articles of the Christian faith. In other words, without these components, one no longer is in possession of Christianity as their faith, but something else. (SINE QUA NON = That which is NOT without). 1. There is only one God who is tri-personal, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit being distinct, divine persons. 2. Jesus Christ is truly God and truly human, the unique, sure, and sufficient revelation of the very being, character, and … Continue reading My Statement of Faith