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Bart and the Bible

Professor Bart Ehrman was once a self-described born-again, Bible-believing Christian, many years ago. He is now a self-proclaimed agnostic. After desiring to learn more about the scriptures in depth, and attaining a doctorate degree, he determined that the Bible was...

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Unreasonable Faith

What indeed hath Athens to do with Jerusalem? – Tertullian[1] He who believes needs no explanation. – Euripides[2] If one claims knowledge either in the absence of evidence, or when a claim is contradicted by evidence, then this is when the word “faith” is used....

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Which Humans Are Persons?

A few posts back, we explored the issue of abortion in light of New York State’s recent decision to legalize the practice from conception to birth. To summarize that article, the moral question of abortion was reduced to one question: “What are the unborn?” If the...

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