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The End of Postmodernism?

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Last week we learned about what plausibility structures are. This idea that societies have a tendency to build thought structures that ripple out into the mainstream of a particular culture. These become social norms as to what is plausible or generally accepted by a majority of the people. Once these thought structures are in place, they become entrenched, that is until ...

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The Gospel in a Pluralist Society

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Recently I have been reading the book, The Gospel in a Pluralist Society By Lesslie Newbigin. The book is the second installment in a two book series; the first book is titled Foolishness to the Greeks. The works were written in the late 1980’s I am amazed at how poignant his work is today. For today’s post, I would like to lay out some of the groundwork displayed in t...

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The Story of J. Warner Wallace

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J. (or Jim) Warner Wallace served as a cold case homicide detective in Los Angeles California. His record of accomplishment for being able to solve crimes that had gone unsolvable for many years is phenomenal. Because of his prowess, he appeared on multiple crime solving documentaries on television....

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Lewis and Strobel

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Last week we looked at how J.R.R. Tolkien played a significant role in the journey of C.S. Lewis from atheism to becoming a Christian. This week I would like to look at the chain of succession of how Lewis helped to influence Lee Strobel....

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Lewis & Tolkien

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C.S. Lewis was one of the brightest minds in the mid 21st century. Professor at Oxford, probably best known for his series of books in the Chronicles of Narnia. Lewis came to Oxford as a devout atheist; however, he made the acquaintance of J.R.R. Tolkien (Hobbit and Lord of the Rings author) who would become a dear friend and colleague....

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The Story of Alister McGrath

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Last week we looked at the story of Antony Flew and his journey away from atheism. Flew never made it all the way to becoming a Christian, however he did espouse that there is some intelligent creator of the universe. Today I would like to look at another story of an atheist who became a Christian. Like Flew, he became a significant voice in the arena of apologetics. How...

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The Story of Antony Flew

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Antony Flew spent most of his life as an Atheist. In fact, he wrote many books on the subject. One book in particular titled the presumption of Atheism and other Essays was considered a major boost to the new Atheist movement. ...

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Thinking about differing Worldviews

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Over the last 1 ½ years this blog has been focused on showing that the probability of non-guided processes being the causation of life to exist is virtually zero. So why is it that the naturalist will not pay any attention to the numbers which show how impossible his position is, even though the evidence is stacked against him or her?...

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Making Molecules

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Today I would like to look at an additional layer of proof that random non-guided processes are not even remotely possible to explain all of the steps needed. Not only are random processes not the right answer, they are even detrimental to the point of snuffing out life, rather than creating it....

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Carbs

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What comes to your mind at the mention of this word? Decadent desserts, foods that make you gain weight, potatoes or bread could be common responses. Today I would like to look at carbohydrates from a very different perspective. While it is not common knowledge, carbs are a critical component for every living cell to thrive. Lately, I have been interested in the work o...

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