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Alcohol and the Christian

Paul Jenkins

“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” (1 Corinthians 10:31)

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Thoughts on #T4G14

Paul Jenkins

Together for the Gospel 2014 was my first T4G conference, which I came into with high expectations – and for good reason.

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Was Christianity Influenced by Pagan Thought? – Part 1

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Scott Whynot

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Discussion – Darwinian Evolution is Obvious!

Paul Jenkins

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Why Bill Nye lost the Creation Debate

Paul Jenkins

The evening of February 4, 2014 was really a flurry of evidences and arguments thrown both ways, all of which neither side had the time to respond to. But I want to look at a few things which I think demonstrate that Bill Nye lost to Ken Ham in answering the question ‘Is creation a viable model of origins in today’s modern scientific era?’

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A transcendental argument for the existence of God against the atheist unbeliever as related to human reason

Scott Whynot

Introduction

A transcendental argument does not, like a teleological (design) argument, gather evidence and make a conclusion based upon what is most probably the case.  Instead, a transcendental argument invades a more foundational aspect of the basic assumptions one makes in presenting any evidence at all.

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Contradictions in the Bible

Scott Whynot

The other day I was listening to the Unbelievable podcast with Justin Brierley on UK radio.  It’s a good podcast that usually has some interesting conversations but I was shocked by the March 2 show ‘New Testament Grill a Christian’.  Derek Tidball was on the show and responded to various atheist callers regarding issues with the New Testament.  The last caller brought up an alleged contradiction in the New Testament and I was left dumbfounded at the response.

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Has the New Testament been corrupted?

Scott Whynot

The transmission of the New Testament is, unfortunately, not a topic that most professing Christians know much about.  This makes it all the easier for a skeptic to win an argument against those who are unprepared.  God’s Word in the Bible is an essential foundation for the Christian faith and 1 Peter 3:15 tells us to be prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for our hope.  Especially with the many incredible resources through the Internet, ‘aint nobody got time for that’ simply is not a valid excuse for being ignorant of these important topics.

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The Politics of Providing for the Poor

Scott Whynot

I have never considered myself an expert in political science or economics – because clearly, I am not.  I do, however, feel the need to address an important issue that I’ve noticed in the past and have continued to observe during the most recent US presidential election.

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Not Enough Evidence?

Paul Jenkins

One of the common challenges I receive from people in my encounters is that my Christianity is an emotional crutch. It helps me to sleep at night, it’s a convenient explanation to children’s questions about life and death, and the more aggressive will claim it’s an institution of power and control to steal people’s money (which in the case of unbiblical ‘Christianity’ – I could agree to some extent).

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