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When speaking about the veracity of the Gospels, as well as the veracity of all the records concerning Jesus’s life, unbelievers often note that there is a great deal of dispute among scholars concerning the details of Jesus’s earthly existence, especially when compared to the relative agreement that scholars have concerning the details of the […]
Good leadership is making the right decisions, holding the right traits, expressing the right style, and using the right communication to a given individual or group given the specific context and circumstances present at the time that a particular incident or issue is occurring in order to achieve or maintain maximal overall effectiveness for future […]
An interesting point about the immaterialist position—the Berkelian view that matter does not exist, and that only minds and their ideas exist—is that it is often assumed that immaterialism is a position without any good rational arguments to support it. And yet, as with many cases of projection, it is the exact opposite which is […]
The Trinity: one God; three persons. A fascinating concept, but one which many people have said is mysterious, difficult to grasp, and hard to accept. Yet we can rightly wonder whether we make the Trinity more mysterious than it actually is, especially since, when we look at our own world, we can see analogous examples […]
Summary: Atheistic-naturalism—the most popular and viable form of atheism, which says that the natural, material world is all that exists—is normally seen as a great ally of science. This essay seeks to counter this perception, and furthermore, it strives to show that there actually exist crippling conflicts between science and atheistic-naturalism. The essay will demonstrate […]
One of the most interesting theological questions to ponder is why Jesus Christ—the Second Person of the Most Blessed and Holy Trinity—allowed Himself to be born into life circumstances where He would be raised as a carpenter (or, more generally, as a tradesman or builder) when He incarnated into man’s glorious yet also pathetic form. […]
Even when skeptics and unbelievers concede that the Gospels may be based on eyewitness testimony, an objection that they nevertheless still raise is to claim that eyewitness testimony is unreliable. Indeed, they argue that Christians ignore the myriad of issues that exist concerning the reliability of eyewitness testimony, thereby implying that even if the Gospels […]