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Debunking the “All Time Best Arguments Against Faith”

Youtube suggested I watch the video The All Time best arguments against religion/faith. This includes clips of Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Ricky Gervais, and Michael Shermer. I’m going to comment on what they have to say. Michael Shermer: What is … Continue reading

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Tales of the Kingdom: The Three Servants

a lord traveled to a far country. Before he left, he called his servants before him, and entrusted them with his goods. To the first, he gave five talents (the worth of 650 pounds of silver), to the second, two, … Continue reading

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Faith is not a Magic Bullet

A man came to Jesus and begged him to have mercy on his son because he was a “lunatic, and sorely vexed, for he often fell into the fire, and often into the water.” These are classic symptoms of epilepsy. … Continue reading

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Keys to the Kingdom

A commenter on my last philosophy post, “Faith is Not Enough“, disagreed with me. He took the Christian point of view that “scripture says over and over that belief/faith alone is what saves”. I spent some time reading through the … Continue reading

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Faith is not Enough

Protestant doctrine says that salvation comes by mere faith that Jesus is the son of God, who died on the cross for our sins. James disagreed when he wrote “people are justified by works, and not by faith alone”. Moreover, … Continue reading

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