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Creation

Some Things Just Don’t Make Sense…

Here’s something that doesn’t make sense to me. There are Christians that do not believe in a literal six day creation, as specified in the book of Genesis and Exodus and testified to by Christ Himself in the New Testament. I’m speaking of born-again Christians who hold the Bible to be inerrant, not just anyone […]

Would you support Chic-Fil-A if…

If we Christians spent as much time working on our marriages as we do fussing about #Chicfila, people might actually listen to us. — Rob Tucker (@FriarTuckerx6) August 2, 2012 Twitter has been flooded with hundreds, probably thousands of tweets, including the #chicfila hashtag. It is all the rage right now for people to throw […]

Movie Theater Witnessing

I planned to go out witnessing the first Saturday of 2012. My initial plan was to go to my normal fishing spot, downtown Columbus. There is plenty of foot traffic in the “bar district” to provide a lot of opportunity to distribute tracts and get into witnessing encounters. But last night, as I was on […]

How Does Our Language Affect Abortion Rights?

Recently, I was having a conversation with a person when they said something that made me really think about how we view the unborn. I suspect that those who are pro-choice, pro-life and “undecideds” are all guilty of this act I am about to describe. First, let it be assumed that our language, that is, […]

Colossians 1:16

Colossians 1:16 For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities or powers, all things were created by him and for him. Wow! You can see immediately from reading this verse, (and all of Colossians chapter 1), […]

Proverbs 26:4-5

If you have not read my Introduction to Logic, you may want to do so now and then read my Basic Logic Structure post as well. So how do we spot logical fallacies and prove untrue statements wrong? Refer to scripture! We’re going to employ the biblical practice of answering a fool according to his […]

Basic Structure of Logic

If you have not read my Introduction to Logic, you may want to do so. The basic structure of a logical argument is in the form of IF antecedent THEN consequent. Essentially, this states that if a certain condition (or set of conditions, which may include assumptions and facts) is TRUE, then the consequent will […]