A repost of a 1918 essay by the great Baptist minister, F.W. Boreham
In the second post of the God Series, we examine an argument for God from the mere existence of something rather than nothing.
Sound content and effective persuasion are two essential components of Christian evangelism. Here we expand on a three-step method of persuasion suggested by French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal.
The first post of the 'The God Series' examines the most popular argument for God's existence, namely the Kalam Cosmological Argument or the argument from the universe needing a first cause.
A brief introduction to an upcoming series of blog posts which will discuss the classic arguments for and against the existence of God. We discuss the format of the upcoming posts and also the scope and purpose of the arguments that will be discussed.
The 2015 immigration crisis and the rise of radical Islamic terrorism in Europe has led many to question the causes of what brought an entire continent to its knees. In this review, we examine a book by British journalist Douglas Murray that attempts to answer this question.
The New Atheists and their acolytes have made much of the notion that the Bible requires blind faith from its adherents, citing several passages to support this claim. In this piece, we go over a few of the passages and examine what faith is not, and what it is.
It’s often the case that atheists slip in certain assumed hidden premises into their arguments against the existence of God. Thus, the argument might seem like it has all true premises, but one fails to realize that it heavily relies on the truth of these hidden premises to be successful. In this piece, I try to show that through an argument against the existence of God that was made by an atheist on the internet.