Athenagoras (d. c. 200 AD?) was an able Christian apologist in the early church. Before he became a Christian, he was a Greek philosopher. After he became a Christian, he used his gifts to defend the Christian faith against the opposition of the Roman government that was hostile to Christians. One of Athenagoras’ writings that… Continue reading Learning About God From God: Athenagoras
This is a helpful book on the topic of presuppositional apologetics: Every Thought Captive by Richard Pratt. I appreciate the following paragraphs that highlight the dilemma of unbelief.“On the one hand, if the unbeliever claims to have absolute certainty, he can do so only by ignoring his total uncertainty. As illustrated before, certainty is impossible… Continue reading The Dilemma of Unbelief
In one section of his excellent book, Seven Truths That Changed The World, Ken Samples explains how human beings differ from animals. It might seem like a no-brainer to some, but this is important to remember when evolutionary theories are creeping into Christian circles and churches. (Note: as usual, I’ve edited this list to keep… Continue reading How Do Human Beings Differ From Animals?
NOTE: This is a re-blog from December, 2009. Most of us have heard the phrase, “God is dead,” and we’ve probably even heard some say we’re living in the age where that mindset is prevalent. Though many enemies of the gospel have said similar things throughout history, the penman of ’God is dead’ is the German… Continue reading “God is Dead:” Who Said It?
Here is number 699 of Pascal's Pensees. "When everything is moving at once, nothing appears to be moving, as on board ship. When everyone is moving towards depravity, no one seems to be moving, but if someone stops he shows up the others who are rushing on, by acting as a fixed point." And here… Continue reading Pascal on Justice, Evil, Truth