I don’t think people would believe the Bible to be true if it were written recently, say, within the last 50, 100, or even 300 years. I think part of the “majesty,” “holiness,” and “profundity” of the Bible is the fact that it was written a few thousand years ago. People can argue that the age … More Would anyone believe the Bible if it were written recently?
Possibly the most important story in Christianity is Jesus’ death. The idea, in short, is that God sacrificed his only son to pay the debt of the sins of the world, and anyone who has faith in Jesus will be granted eternity in heaven. One of the most important verses in the New Testament is John 3:16 … More Jesus Didn’t Truly Die For Our Sins
This type of post is not my main objective for this blog, but as a father of 2 young boys this story made an impact on me so I thought I would offer it here. The Christian book To Train Up A Child by Michael and Debi Pearl advocates the use of various tools such as … More Sign This Petition on “To Train Up A Child”
I have attached links to the two books that I feel sum up the theological debate as well as the implications of religion in the 21st century. Sam Harris’ The End of Faith and Vincent Bugliosi’s Divinity of Doubt are profound indictments of religion and the consequences of irrational belief. As I read both of … More Two books that say it all
This blog is dedicated to anyone out there who feels the need to hear a voice of affirmation regarding their agnostic or atheistic positions. I can empathize with those of you who grew up “spiritually abused” with the heavy hand of fundamentalist dogma, so this material is especially for you. As I post here, I hope to offer recommended … More Arguments Against Religion – An Introduction…