Tag Archives: Logic
We now have an apologetics study group on Facebook called: (CASA) Christian Apologetics Study Alliance. I’ve been meeting more people that would like to get into apologetics but just don’t know where to start. Additionally, a number of folks are … Continue reading
Doubt is a proof of modesty; it has seldom harmed the advance of the sciences. I could not say as much for incredulity. Apart from pure mathematics, whoever pronounces the word “impossible” is wanting in prudence. -François Arago
I’ve been watching The Atheist Experience consistently for a handful of months now (I’ve watched short clips of it before but not full episodes) and I’m rather amused by what I see. I’m sad to say that the majority of … Continue reading
Yet another tactic that I see atheists use against God and religion, is visualized in the picture on the right (You’ll have to click on it a few times to read it) This picture is apparently trying to convey that … Continue reading
The Debunking Usually Goes Like This: 1. If A Photo Was Shown – It was photoshopped. 2. When A Video Is Provided – It’s edited, not an authentic video. 3. Isolated Witness Testimony With Corresponding Data Presented – It’s those … Continue reading
Because sometimes the skeptic wishes to remain one at all cost BELIEVER: Hey did you hear they found a huge boat in the mountains of Ararat? SKEPTIC: So what’s your point? BELIEVER: That it’s Noah’s Ark and the dimensions match … Continue reading
One Book Of Books One of the seemingly clever tactics that atheists use against Christians, is when they claim that “using the Bible to prove the Bible,” is circular reasoning. At face value this familiar accusation appears to be valid, but there … Continue reading
The International Society of Women in Apologetics (ISWA) is an organization whose curriculum is geared towards helping woman from all over the globe defend their Christian faith. This ministry is founded by Sarah Ankenman, also know as “The Valley Girl Apologist“. From their website they … Continue reading
Description: Given the probability of chance for the hundreds of fine tuning examples in the universe, the better answer is that a fine tuner tuned the tunings rather than chance or accident.
Description: Calling someone a troll appears to be the fan favorite in the ad hominem department.
By: Faithful Thinkers So many times I have heard people say that faith is believing something despite evidence against it. I have heard skeptics of Christianity deride faith based on this, and I have heard Christians claim a higher level … Continue reading