High Certainty, Low Certainty or Arbitrary

Over the past few months I've spent a lot of time thinking about Christian Epistemology and the foundational logic of how different groups in Christianity build their religious knowledge. The reason for this is that I am convinced this is the path to making sense of disagreements over theology. If two people or groups can first identify which epistemic [...]

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How to Witness to Intelligent People

We are to reach people from all walks of life including those who are highly educated, affluent or at the top of society. You may meet someone at work, or they may be your [...]

Irreducible Complexity

Irreducible Complexity is a term that was coined by the microbiologist Michael Behe in the early '90s intended as an argument against Evolution. It has since received a [...]

How to Witness to Jehovah’s Witnesses

My Resume So let's start by getting one obvious question out of the way: how many Jehovah's Witnesses have I converted? The answer: none, as far as I know. Why then am I [...]

Learning How to Talk to Atheists

Although I don't consider myself an expert at talking to atheists I have, over the past 2 decades, discovered several tools and principles that I believe others will find [...]

The Ultimate Resurrection

Around the end of the first century A.D., when the Roman Empire was at the pinnacle of its power, the emperor decided to call a gathering of high officials from all the [...]

Atheistic Fallacies

I generally respect Atheism as a concept. When life’s difficulties hit home, they certainly bring with them doubts regarding the existence of God. And, more than this, the [...]

A Response to M. Boudry on Methodological Naturalism

This is a work in progress. There are two main positions that atheists take in relation to the role of naturalism in science and my paper tries to explain why both positions [...]

Problem Solving

  I love this man's ability to come up with amazing solutions to the most complex [...]

How We Ought To Think

The Ted.com video below is an example of how I wish people would think about the large problems we face as a church. To all appearances, the problem of violence seems [...]