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Category Archive: Apologetics

The branch of theology concerned with the defense or proof of Christianity

Feb 04 2010

Proof Of God To An Atheist

I was reading an atheist blog post.  While I don’t generally have anything to say on those blogs , I do read them from time to time.  On this particular blog, something the blogger said stood out.  The blogger was arguing that atheism is not a religion and does not require faith to disbelieve.  What …

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Feb 02 2010

What Do We Believe?

Is it important what we believe?

I have friend who believes in reincarnation.  I have shared the Gospel with her but her response is that she believes in reincarnation.  I once asked her on what basis she believes in reincarnation.  Unbelievably she told me that she has nothing to support her belief but it is what she believes.  That’s it.  She …

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Jan 11 2010

Bible Loopholes

Belief or non-belief?

On his deathbed, W.C. Fields was seen reading the bible.  When asked about it, he replied “I’m checking for loopholes.”  W.C. Fields was an avowed atheist, yet when his time came, he turned to the bible.  Unfortunately, he did not turn to the Word of God to secure his eternity but was looking for loopholes.  …

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Oct 22 2009

Believe in Jesus, You Have Nothing to Lose

So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of God. Romans 10:17

I hear well meaning Christians, when sharing the Gospel, sometimes advise their listener “believe, you have have nothing to lose but everything to gain.”  This statement is true.  We very much want people to believe.  We will do almost anything and say almost anything to convince them. We want them to have what we have …

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