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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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How Chewy and Rap led to Thoughts about Talents

Over the past few months I’ve been thinking a lot about the talents and abilities I have, and how to use them. This week, I was exposed to two individuals and one group that have been changing the way I … Continue reading

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A Questionable Doubt

In my last post I discussed my experience at the RZIM Academy. The topics for the next few posts will be based on the written interactions and reflections that were part of the experience. In one conversation towards the end … Continue reading

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Dealing with Depression: Ideas

This post marks the end of my response to a question about dealing with depression as a Christian. Before reading this part of the response, I recommend reading part 1: “The Struggle” and part 2: “The Source of Hope”. This last part shows my … 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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I Doubt You’ll Like This Post

As I write this post, numerous doubts are going through my head. I doubt people will care about what I write. Doubt my abilities to write in a way that makes sense. Doubt the worth of writing in the first place. … Continue reading

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Why is Why Important?

My last post discussed Richard Dawkins’ quotation that the “why” questions in life were “silly”. In that post, I did not explain why I thought these questions were important. So you can consider this post to be part 2 of … Continue reading

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