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Is the New Testament Accurate? – The Big and Small Questions

In meetings for Twin Cities Apologetics, discussion has commonly focused on a specific time gap – the time between when Jesus lived, and when the information about him was written down. But one member of the group recently asked a question about another … Continue reading

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I’m a Christian Because Of… The Resurrection

If you asked me why I am a Christian, my first response would involve the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection is one of the most important and one of the most historically verifiable aspects of Christianity. To explain how it’s … Continue reading

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Explaining 9/11 and the Life of Jesus

A few months ago, I started digging deep into 9/11 conspiracy theories. Once I started watching videos about them, it seemed like I couldn’t stop! Something about these videos drew me to near-obsession for a couple days. As I was … Continue reading

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My Worldview Is Like Christmas

Today is Christmas. Today, millions of people celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, a historical figure who changed the world about 2,000 years ago. And today, I made the connection that my worldview is very much like Christmas. Without Jesus, it falls apart. To continue … Continue reading

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Evidence of a Blue Bunny

A view that I have heard frequently as of late involves evidence. This view, to put it simply, is that scientific evidence is the only thing that can be considered as evidence. By scientific evidence, I mean events that involve observation … Continue reading

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A Historical Post

It has been a long time since my last post in this blog, so I am going to summarize where I am at right now. I started laying base “foundations” for truth, talking about its objectivity and exclusivity. I talked … Continue reading

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Religiously Different – Part 2

In my previous post, I laid a foundation for the central beliefs of 3 religions: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. I made these lists in preparation to give an example showing that the “religious beliefs are relative” view is illogical. In this … Continue reading

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