by Tim Stratton In a previous post, I discussed and explained one of my favorite arguments for the existence of God known as the Kalam Cosmological Argument [1]. This argument is based on logical deduction and utilizes science to confirm what we can already prove logically. From the deductive conclusions of the Kalam, we can rationally infer the… Read More

Public discourse is any branch of reason intended for use by the population at large. By contrast, private discourse is reasoning used among members of an organization be it a family, a church, a group of friends, or a club. The patterns of thought and discourse are similar in both cases with the primary exception… Read More

By Guest By Mike S. Adams Dear Raymond: Thanks for your kind letter. I appreciate your willingness to reach out to me for advice concerning recent developments in your church home. Your question to me was pretty direct. Given your pastor’s recent declaration that he intends to grow the church membership by 10,000 in five… Read More

by Tim Stratton[spacer] Some in academia today claim that science has “killed God!” They do not mean that in a literal sense. What they hope to communicate is that science has removed need for God, or stronger, that science has demonstrated the non-existence of God. Statements like these lead many to think these two concepts – God… Read More

by Tim Stratton Atheists love to label themselves as “freethinkers.” However, if they happen to be right, about the non-existence of God, it follows that it’s highly implausible that the immaterial aspect of humanity called a “soul” exists. This has led me to the conclusion that it is impossible for an atheist to really be… Read More

In this blast from the past, J. Warner examines the challenge offered by Bill Keller in his New York Times Article, “Asking Candidates Tougher Questions About Faith”. Keller’s challenge to political candidates is also an important test for those of us who want to be good ambassadors for Jesus. You can also subscribe to the… Read More