September 28, 2016

Let’s continue our critique of 13 prophecies from Hugh Ross of the Reasons to Believe ministry (part 4). Read more

September 26, 2016

Let’s continue our critique of 13 prophecies from Hugh Ross of the Reasons to Believe ministry (part 3). Read more

September 23, 2016

Would you spend unpaid time helping a soda company increase its market share? If not, why do it for a religion? Read more

September 21, 2016

Let’s continue our critique of 13 prophecies from Hugh Ross of the Reasons to Believe ministry (part 2). Read more

September 19, 2016

Lots of sources brag about the hundreds or even thousands of “fulfilled prophecies” in the Bible. They are a key component supporting the truth of the Christian claim, but where’s the evidence? Let’s look at 13 specific prophecy claims to see how well they hold up. Read more

September 16, 2016

Have you heard of the clues in the Abbey Road album about Paul McCartney being dead? They weren’t put there by the Beatles themselves; they were invented by imaginative fans. What ideas were similarly invented (or ignored) by eager fans of the Bible? Read more

September 14, 2016

Many pro-life advocates say that it’s a “baby” or “person” from newborn all the way back in time to the single cell that it started as nine months earlier. A simple illustration shows the flaw in the argument. Read more

September 12, 2016

I visited the famous Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park in London. It wasn’t quite what I expected. Read more

September 9, 2016

Are conditions really deteriorating, with signs of the apocalypse visible to those wise enough to understand? Or do people’s natural instincts to overestimate fears (and many leaders’ instincts to fan these flames) cause them to imagine an imminent Armageddon though conditions are actually improving? Read more

September 7, 2016

What fraction of Americans believe that we’re nearing the end? Perhaps a lot more than you think. Let’s consider their reasons for seeing Armageddon around the corner. Read more

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