Now I have nothing much against Atheists as a rule. In the final analysis, they have enough trouble justifying much of anything they say. After all, if God or an ultimate reason does not exist behind the physical world, then all we have left is personal opinion, theirs and ours. And who cares what your [...]
Archive for April, 2010
Well, there aren’t very many left. But I figured I had better make certain these all get posted. Hope you enjoy them. However, once they are all finished I will have a bit of a surprise for everyone.
Déjà vu: The ultimate “been there, done that.” For most people, déjà vu is a feeling, an uncanny impression that you have been in a place before, or met someone before, or generally been in a certain situation before; although you have no current recollection of it. It has been the rather tenuous basis for [...]
On April 6th I read the news I’ve been dreading for months: Michael Spencer, the Internet Monk—the man who inspired me and probably thousands like me—was dead at the age of 53. For those who don’t know (and there can’t be many of you) Michael was the premiere blogger of things Christian. His posts were [...]
I started my discussion of the dating of the Books of John here. In that post, I gave some pretty strong evidence that major portions, if not all, of the Revelation was written prior to A.D. 70; that is, prior to the destruction of the second Temple by the Romans. My next project may not [...]