Tag Archives: Jesus

5 Objections to the Life of Jesus That Are Simply False

Imagine you’re watching a Youtube video of your favorite Christian song. You decide to scroll down to the comments section. There you read three words you never expected to see: JESUS NEVER EXISTED This is exactly what happened to me … Continue reading

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When Satire Turns Serious: My Unexpected Babylon Bee Discussion

Over the weekend I had a serious conversation about the Resurrection of Jesus in the last place I’d expect – a satire website! That’s right – in a Babylon Bee post from Saturday, I wrote a comment that received quite … 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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Why I Have Fun

Recently I’ve experienced more freedom in opening up to others and having fun. The fun could involve cracking a joke or making a fool of myself in front of a group of people. But people could question my motives behind these actions. Am I just trying … 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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Dealing with Depression: The Source of Hope

This post is a continuation from the first part of a response to a question about depression. I’ll begin with the question I posed at the end of the first part: What hope is there in all of this? There are a … Continue reading

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The Shredder’s Not Empty

“There’s not a shred of evidence for the existence of God.” This statement is commonly found on forums, online comment sections, and anywhere else religious-type debates take place. Of course, this no-evidence claim can be made about any type of topic, … Continue reading

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The Best Christmas Passage Never Read at Christmas

A few weeks ago, I heard a pastor who talked about what he called the “best Christmas passage never read at Christmas”. This passage came from the Bible, in the book of Galatians, chapter 4: “But when the set time … Continue reading

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Does Faith Make Sense? – Part 2

In part 1, I discussed a definition of faith that I think matches up well with the way faith is described in the Bible: A trust in an object based on what you know about that object. Now I will … Continue reading

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