Where Does Morality Come From?

This is an interesting topic as it is one where there really is no gray area. The unbelievers will say it developed as evolution developed life forms. Or they say morality is subjective. Not one unbeliever will say that morality comes from God. They will say any answer to avoid giving credit to God. The … Continue reading Where Does Morality Come From?

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Another Post on Defending Ravi

We are not going to say much here but let Mr. Zacharias' son speak for himself. He does not furnish anyone with much information in this latest post for others to work with. One thing we noticed was that his latest post shows an upload of Aug 4th, 2022 yet we check his site regularly … Continue reading Another Post on Defending Ravi

An Interesting Topic

We posted this on our sister website but felt it should get a broader readership. Metal Detecting &¬†Archaeology Since we wrote the previous piece on metal detecting and its interesting relationship, we did some more research on the topic. It seems that there is a long-standing history between the hobby and the research field. But … Continue reading An Interesting Topic

The Problem With Science

For the Christian science can never be an authority on the past or past events. In their book 'Dismantling the Big Bang', authors Alex Williams & John Hartnett have made a very good statement: Science works in the present, by observation and experiment; it has no direct access to the past. (pg. 14) This is … Continue reading The Problem With Science

Twist & Doubt- A Response To An Unbeliever

If you read this blog regularly, you will know that we have used two unbelieving websites as examples for some of the points we need to make. We have stopped linking to them and mentioning their names because they are a bit off the rails and cannot correctly engage any dissension to their point of … Continue reading Twist & Doubt- A Response To An Unbeliever

More on Infallibility & Inerrancy 2

There are still subsections in this topic to talk about. In the book The Battle for the Bible, we read the following words: The problem is compounded by the students in these institutions too. They come for instruction without sufficient background or training, having been raised often in evangelical churches that have not provided the … Continue reading More on Infallibility & Inerrancy 2

More on Infallibility & Inerrancy

There are some key elements that need to be discussed that are related to this issue. The sources come from the book we have mentioned in this series and from the BG website. But we are not responding to the comments at the latter. We just want to deal with a few key aspects that … Continue reading More on Infallibility & Inerrancy

Bart Ehrman’s Blog

Since we linked to it in yesterday's post, we thought we would mention a little bit more about it today. Dr. Ehrman does claim that he donates all the proceeds to different charities and we have no reason to doubt him on that. He may be making a one-man crusade against suffering because he may … Continue reading Bart Ehrman’s Blog

The Bible Is Inerrant & Infallible 2

As we look at this topic, there are many people who write on the internet, their thoughts about inerrancy and infallibility. One statement in those 'articles' caught our eye. It is repeated in different forms on different web sites so we will provide two links for the words we are about to quote: It should … Continue reading The Bible Is Inerrant & Infallible 2

Teacher Quality is Lacking

¬†As you know we were an educator for almost 15 years and we took our job very seriously. It was more than a job to us, and we heard many NETs say that it was only a job to them. Historically, teaching is a profession, not a mere job like paving streets or painting a … Continue reading Teacher Quality is Lacking