Why Evolution Is True: A Pragmatic Theist’s Response

In an earlier post, I claimed that the popular definition of the debate between advocates for creation and evolution is incorrect. The debate is not religion vs. science, but it is actually religion vs. religion. Both systems of origins have a faith-based worldview through which they interpret the world. Those on the naturalistic evolution side ...


The Curriculum Battle Is Not Religion vs. Science; It’s Religion vs. Religion

Brian Boyko, a candidate for Texas state representative, recently posted an article on his website entitled “Why Are Some Hell-Bent On Teaching Intelligent Design?”. A self-described “geek,” Boyko criticizes people of “faith” for interfering with “science” instruction. He makes some interesting points that I believe represent the arguments of many people who believe the universe ...


Dialog with an Articulate Atheist

Last week, an editor asked to republish my article “A Christian’s Apology To Atheists”. My tweet of that news yielded quite a response from atheists on Twitter and as comments on this blog. A thoughtful atheist by the handle of @CosmoBrony wrote such an articulate response to my post that it deserved more than just ...


One-night Screening of Hell and Mr. Fudge Coming to Nashville: March 21, 2013

Hell and Mr. Fudge is coming to the Belcourt Theatre in Nashville. The screening will be held on Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 7:15pm. A platinum award winner at the 2012 Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival, Hell and Mr. Fudge is the warm, thoughtful, and sometimes humorous story of the trials and tribulations of evangelical scholar ...


Moses Lard’s Foretelling: May It Be!

Edward Fudge shared the following in his latest GracEmail: MOSES LARD’S FORETELLING — Moses Lard was an influential 19th-century leader within the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement, which is my own faith tradition. In 1879, Lard published a 50-page book titled “Do the Holy Scriptures Teach the Endlessness of Future Punishment?” in which he foretold the future ...


Afterlife Contribution: Why care about the Bible and what it says?

I know there are many readers of this blog who doubt the validity of the Bible. When we make arguments that are based on the Bible, some readers may find those arguments irrelevant. In my latest article on the Afterlife site, you’ll see a simple but though-provoking case to challenge you to consider the Bible. ...


Afterlife Contribution: The Promise After Christmas: A Kingdom of Justice and Peace

My latest contribution to Afterlife, the website of the Conditional Immortality Association of New Zealand, has a Christmas flavor to it. It shows that Christmas was only the beginning of the fulfillment of God’s promises. Because of the promises that were realized on the first Advent, we can be confident that God’s future promises are ...


Three New Discussions And A Contest!

Afterlife.co.nz is hosting a forum that is open for everyone to discuss the issues related to what happens to people after death. I have recently started three new threads and welcome your participation! There should be something for everyone, so jump into the conversation and let us know what you think! If you’re an atheist ...


Afterlife Contribution: Does Our Belief About the Ultimate End of the Unredeemed Really Matter?

I am honored and grateful to have been asked to contribute to Afterlife, the excellent online presence of the Conditional Immortality Association of New Zealand. They published my first article there today. Please check it out and tell us what you think: Does Our Belief About the Ultimate End of the Unredeemed Really Matter?


New Screenings of “Hell and Mr. Fudge” Near Sacramento, CA

The Loewen Chapel on the campus of Lodi Academy in Lodi, CA near Sacramento will be screening the award-winning film Hell and Mr. Fudge on Friday, Oct. 19 at 8:15 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 20 at 3 p.m. If you’re in the area I highly recommend the movie. Here is the local press release about ...

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