Tag Archives: truth

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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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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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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Warming Up to the World of Tolerance

Recently I attended a discussion group where people of different views come together and discuss a topic each month. This month’s topic was about the topic of tolerance, and asked if there were things that should not be tolerated. The … Continue reading

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The Truth about White Llamas and Gold Catfish

In my last post, I talked about 3 events that happened this past week, and explained that the events present three problems in our ability to know truth: 1. You are limited to your own perspective 2. Extreme skepticism limits … Continue reading

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The Problem with White Llamas and Gold Catfish

“Llamas are wreaking havoc all over Phoenix!” What? “That dress is totally white and gold!” Huh? “Some guy caught a 280 pound catfish today!” Are you sure? This past week, there were statements flying around our culture that caused loads of debate … Continue reading

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Freedom – The Implications

“Freedom is my God now, and I love this one a thousand times more than I ever loved the last one.” This quotation from Rebecca Slick sparked my interest in the topic of freedom almost one year ago. That spark … 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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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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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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