Tag: <span>apologetics</span>

The Materialist’s Dilemma (Guest post by Dan Tsouloufis) Can a collision of atoms produce transcendent self-awareness? Can hard matter produce consciousness? It would seem to defy both reason and common sense to…

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William Edgar’s 4 Step Apologetic Method Westminster Professor of Apologetics William Edgar has written a book on apologetics called “Reasons of the Heart: Recovering Christian Persuasion” (2003). In one of…

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The Purpose of Our Existence “There is no purpose to our existence, but that doesn’t matter, we can make up our own purpose, and in so doing, we will be…

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Here’s the second part of Dan Tsouloufis’ essay: So how does an atheist define morality without an absolute standard that the human race can adhere to?  As a Christian, I…

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Worldview, Secular Ethics, and Cognitive Dissonance: An Essay by Dan Tsouloufis (part 1) “My Thoughts on Worldview, Secular Ethics, and Cognitive Dissonance” by Dan Tsouloufis  There are many people who…

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Good Without God Follow Up Here’s a follow up post on ‘Good without God’. The following is what I wrote in response to the time of our discussion together at…

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