Verse of The Day: Unbelief Is Condemned In John 3:18-19

Probably the most famous verse from Scripture is found in John 3:16: "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, so that whoever believes in Him will not perish but have everlasting life." This verse has been exhibited by fans at major sporting events, proclaimed on live television, and advertised... Continue Reading →

Poem: Where The Cold Wind Blows

The old bearded man you might know He journeys to where the cold wind blows.  To the infamous dock with his fishing pole Trying to catch what's left to feel whole.   But you know his rod is empty of line Never casting but sitting back to unwind. All the past regrets of family summer fun... Continue Reading →

Poem: Which Season Is This?

Look at that quaking aspen Dancing in the breezy sky. Soon it’s leaves will turn gold As the starry summer grows old. Look up at that dark-eyed Junco Singing among crisp blue mountains. Soon he migrates to a new home Into the cypress south biome. Look at that human in flannel Beholding the passing of... Continue Reading →

Debate: Does Geology Disprove Noah’s Flood?

Youtube video author Aron Ra, former president of the Atheist Alliance of America, attempts to explain how geology disproves Noah’s flood. I have provided my own comments and references below the video. Overall, I am not convinced of AronRa’s position. He commits straw-man fallacies, ad hominem attacks, fallacies appealing to authority, and several other tactics... Continue Reading →

Answering Sam the Skeptic’s Objection to the Resurrection of Jesus

If you don’t believe Jesus was God, then how do you explain the historical fact that his tomb was empty, there were several eyewitnesses to his postmortem appearances, and many of his disciples died for their faith? SAM THE SKEPTIC: Personally, I don’t even think Jesus existed. First, no secular evidence outside the Bible supports the... Continue Reading →

Meet Sam the Skeptic

I played Baseball growing up. Pitching was by far my favorite position in the game because it was a challenge for me to think strategically about every batter I competed against. For instance, I knew the first batter was the most consistent hitter on the team and usually the fastest runner. Therefore, I would throw Fastballs... Continue Reading →

Speak Out For The Civil Rights Of The Unborn

The videos produced by The Center for Medical Progress has reassured the American people the uncanny fact that Planned Parenthood is making profit off fully intact fetal body parts. Since this is morally reprehensible, I find it necessary to use my freedom of speech to speak out for the civil rights of the unborn. I use social... Continue Reading →

Counseling the Heart Through Biblical Thinking

Ever since Adam and Eve’s disobedience in the Garden of Eden, human thinking has been marred by sin. People distort truth, embellish stories, and abuse others with their words. The absolute truth-telling that exists in the mind of God is unfortunately uncommon in His Creation. In this paper, I will focus specifically on how sin... Continue Reading →

Nietzsche’s Philosophy is Self-Defeating and He Admits It

Nietzsche’s work at first glance seems scholarly and erudite, but after careful analysis, its filled with enigmatic aphorisms that are oftentimes contradictory and incoherent. Of course, Nietzsche embraced contradictions because he presupposed humans were irrational creatures trying to find universal truth through “pounding uncertainty into straight arrows.” He wrote about this in his book Human,... Continue Reading →

Are Atheists Insecure About Their Worldview?

In this article, I am interested in observing the sociological phenomenon concerning the Atheist community as it relates to falsely labeling, and in extreme cases, deifying particular scientists against their will. Moreover, there is a pattern in the Atheist community to associate historical persons as having a nonreligious disposition despite strong evidence to the contrary.... Continue Reading →

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