Crazy Christians

A while back I found myself sitting in a hair salon waiting for my haircut.  There was an old lady and her husband sitting next to me, and it got awkward real fast.  There was something wrong with the man, I still don’t know what, that caused him to blurt out nonsense.  He didn’t say … More Crazy Christians

A New Model for Apologetics

Norman Geisler reviews the arguments against miracles from David Hume and Antony Flew in Geisler’s essay “Miracles & the Modern Mind”.[1] Both Hume and Flew’s arguments have the common characteristic of moving from common or uniform experience to incredulity against exceptions to that experience.  In short they argue that we have never experienced a miracle, … More A New Model for Apologetics

Twisting Scripture

How do we settle disputes over scripture? How can we determine which interpretation is better?  In order to work through these sorts of issues, we need to know what we are looking for.  Let’s use the different interpretations of James 2 between Mormons and Historical Christianity as our example. The Mormon will point out that … More Twisting Scripture