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Logical Fallacy Thursday


Welcome back to Logical Fallacy Thursday. I’m going to look at one of the most common paragraphs in Christian apologetics this week. It’s from C. S. Lewis‘ Mere Christianity, and enough people find it convincing to ensure that I hear … Continue reading

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Jesus' Sacrifice


A friend recently emailed me about Jesus (I’ve been getting a lot of these of late), and I wanted to highlight one of her paragraphs as a starting point for discussing Jesus’ “sacrifice.” Once you take your eyes off of … Continue reading

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Morality Redux: Slavery


I’ve been having a number of interesting conversations recently regarding the post on secular morality, and I’d like to discuss some of the thoughts that have emerged from those exchanges. One of my entry-level statements when discussing human morality is … Continue reading

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