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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QOD – A Way Forward

(This is an article that I am currently preparing for publication that still needs some work but needed to have it here for easy access so others can provide [...]

For the Christian Apologetic Alliance

My partial book 'How to Debate Atheists' was showcased on the Christian Apologetics Alliance forum and I was asked to comment further on the book. Here are some of my [...]

Traditional vs ‘Progressive’ Adventism

(Partial List) 1) 1844, the sanctuary, the investigative judgment Traditional - The sanctuary doctrine is the backbone around which all other doctrines revolve. 1844 [...]

Adventists and the Latter Rain

The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit is a topic that has been of significant interest to Adventists both historically and today. The early church was established in large part [...]

Paul vs. Social Justice

'There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.’ Gal 3:28 "Let every man abide in [...]

On Ellen White and Sola Scriptura

The Christian world has made many mistakes over the centuries since the time of the apostles and has suffered severe consequences as a result. When the protestant reformation [...]

10 Failed Anti-Evolution Strategies

These are some of the common approaches used against Evolution that have failed to crack in any way the monopoly that the theory holds within the Scientific Community: 1) [...]

Long Conversation with ‘Progressive’ Adventist on the Investigative Judgment

Carmen, I'm wondering if you would allow me to try to resolve your concerns with the investigative judgment. And, if so, I would start with a question: Suppose you are [...]