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Jordan Peterson in Minneapolis – A Christian’s Review

I heard about Jordan Peterson left and right over the past couple months. First, a friend wrote a comment on Facebook asking me if I knew about him. Then a few Christian friends asked me in person. Soon after, a co-worker asked me in … Continue reading

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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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Does Faith Make Sense? – Part 1

I once had a conversation with an Atheist who said, “I don’t understand the idea of faith. It just doesn’t make sense to me”. It was one of her main objections against Christianity, and religion in general. Reflecting back to that … Continue reading

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A Religion Worth Following

The final area of truth I will write about is the area of religion. As with my posts on the other areas of truth, I will start by establishing a definition of the topic at hand One definition of “religion” in … 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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Religiously Different – Part 1

In my last main post, I discussed the exclusivity of all religious systems. Now I am going to look more specifically at 3 religions, and then ask the question, “Can these all be true?” Put in another way, do they … Continue reading

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