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Mr. Pitts and His Dangerous Proposition for Religious Freedom

It’s surprising that such anti-intellectual material is published. Leonard Pitts’ article Jeb Bush chooses experience on gay marriage issue is just that, the pits! If an accomplished ‘writer’ can’t make a coherent point without leveling a barrage of ad hominem attacks, then I question his own ability to make a strong or intelligible point, must […]

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It’s Wabbit Season!

It’s Wabbit Season On Facebook today, one of my “pro-choice” friends posted the ruling of the US District Court of Appeals that struck down the North Carolina law that apparently provided a mandate to abortion providers to show ultrasound evidence (pictures, heartbeat, etc.) to potential abortion patients. Ironically, the ruling was supposed to protect the […]

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A Culture Without Covenant

Hebrews 6:13–20 (NET) 6:13 Now when God made his promise to Abraham, since he could swear by no one greater, he swore by himself, 6:14 saying, “Surely I will bless you greatly and multiply your descendants abundantly.” 6:15 And so by persevering, Abraham inherited the promise. 6:16 For people swear by something greater than themselves, and the oath serves […]

Aesthetics Apologetics Tolerance

Awe, Point Missed, Point Made

Awe Missed There always seems to be some misunderstanding between atheists and theists. In a recent article For the Beauty of the Earth, I wrote of the sense of awe and how it was evidence for the existence of God. It was a presentation of the argument from aesthetics for God’s existence. Point made It’s […]