Category Archives: Faith and Reason

The American Dream?

In his book, RADICAL, Taking Back Your Faith From The American Dream, David Platt writes, “Here we stand amid an American dream dominated by self-advancement, self-esteem and self-sufficiency, by individualism, materialism, and universalism” (p. 19) and “…ordinary people who are … Continue reading

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“God, Satan And Evil In The World”

From the Michael Savage Newsletter of May 26, 2015: “After a conversation with a caller about God, Satan and the evil in the world, Dr. Savage shared his personal religious views with his audience. “What is God waiting for?” Savage … Continue reading

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Does God Exist? – Part Three

Richard Dawkins’ argument that William Lane Craig is an “apologist for genocide” (see “Why I Refuse to Debate William Lane Craig” at http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/oct/20/richard-dawkins-william-lane-craig) is specious because it requires that the reliability of the concept of God’s existence be dependent upon … Continue reading

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Learning How To Think

In a comment to my article, The Heart Has Its Reasons, “Newheart” at Free Republic wrote that the trend I first noticed in the 60s of society moving away from reason and focusing on pleasure “…was the widespread coming to … Continue reading

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