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The First Book of Enoch: The Watchers

Previous Chapter: Enoch’s Apocalypse Enoch now turns to a description of the Watchers, rogue angels who come to earth and interbreed with humans. In the days of Jared , when the children of men had first multiplied, beautiful and comely … Continue reading

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My Answers to 10 Questions for Christians Who Support Gay Marriage

The Christian website crosswalk.com poses 10 Questions for Christians Who Support Gay Marriage. I’m going to comment and give my answers. Not all Christians have been shocked or saddened [by the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage]. In fact, … Continue reading

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My Answers to 20 More Questions for Conservatives

In his article Answering 20 Questions Liberals Wanted to Ask a Conservative,  John Hawkins provides a list of 20 questions submitted to him on Twitter, together with his answers. I’m going to reproduce the questions here with my answers. 1) … Continue reading

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Marriage in the Bible

Modern marriage in the west (outside of those who still hold to fundamentalist principles) bears little resemblance to marriage as it existed among Jews before the birth of Jesus or among the early Christians. Marriage in Pre-Christian Judaism In pre-Christian … Continue reading

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My Answers to 10 questions that every intelligent Christian must answer

The site godisimaginary.com created a video entitled 10 questions that every intelligent Christian must answer. Here are the questions and my answers: Question #1: Why won’t God heal amputees? The short answer is free will. If free will is important … Continue reading

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Sophistry for God: William Lane Craig

I’m going to step back and analyze Willian Lane Craig’s opening statement from his debate with Sam Harris on “Is the Foundation of Morality Natural or Supernatural?”. Again, I’ll summarize his argument, hopefully without too much distortion, commenting as I … Continue reading

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Dissecting 12 Arguments Against Christianity

I keep running into atheist arguments, many of which are arguments I’ve made in the past, that somehow no longer seem to shake my belief that there is a higher power in the universe and my recent conversion to the … Continue reading

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