A New ‘Biblical’ Documentary

I put the word 'biblical' in sarcastic quotes as I highly doubt the content will be biblical or even true. The title is not new or original as I checked youtube and found several programs with the exact words, though not all are in the same order as the History channel's effort. The new show … Continue reading A New ‘Biblical’ Documentary


Statements Like This…

...tend to make me angry: Ancient peoples had much shorter lives than people in western Europe and America today. The evidence from skeletons shows that few people in prehistoric times would have lived beyond the age of 40. (Prehistoric and Egyptian Medicine, by Ian Dawson, pg. 58) If one studies anything about bones and skeletons … Continue reading Statements Like This…


A good way to learn how to discuss with non-believers is to watch others who have mastered the art of debate. Though discussion is far different from debating, you still can pick up pointers as not every encounter with an unbeliever is a discussion. Here are a few debates Christian scholars have had with unbelievers. … Continue reading Debates

Much To Talk About-16

There is a lot to talk about this week, much more than usual, McGrath has a post linking different sites that have issues needing addressing, McClellan has 2 different recent articles that need attention and a host of others.#1. Daniel McClellan: https://danielomcclellan.wordpress.com/2013/10/23/jacobovici-on-the-ipuwer-papyrus/#comment-3668The Ipuwer Papyrus has been talked about, discussed ad nauseam for a long time … Continue reading Much To Talk About-16

A Simple Question To Christian Men

This question is found in the book Summer for the Gods by Edward Larson. pg. 53. here it is: Many of these letters were written by women, such as the one   asking, "What are mothers to do when unwise education makes boys lose confidence in the home, the Bible , the government and all … Continue reading A Simple Question To Christian Men

The Dangers Of Textual Criticism

All but one of the quotes will be from the book A Student's Guide to Textual Criticism of the Bible by Paul D. Wegner. In my previous post I talked a bit about why I disagreed with the current ideology of textual criticism. Today we will explore those dangers that come with this kind of … Continue reading The Dangers Of Textual Criticism

You May Have Faced…

These arguments before. Instead of me being redundant I felt that it was best for me to link up to a couple of websites which provided good answers to certain topics presented against creationists. The first link, I will paste up the conclusion only as it is a long paper and you can go to … Continue reading You May Have Faced…


You may find that unbelievers, especially atheists, turn into the most literal people, more literal than the creationists they accuse of being literal, when it comes to attacking different points of the Bible they find offensive or unrealistic. These people refuse to apply human perspective to these terms instead restricting their interpretation to the most … Continue reading Terminology