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Personally, I am not an expert in Bible prophecy nor I am studied in this topic. So what I decided to do was put together a collection of failed biblical prophecy and general articles on failed biblical prophecy. Just a quick note for the reader; this is dealing specifically with predictions and prophecies … Continue reading
This Post is Part of Series of Post called Dissecting the Anatomy of God. Quick View: Table of Contents, The bible says we should judge a tree by the fruit that it bears, so for the sake of being biblically sound we … Continue reading
This Post is Part of Series of Post called Dissecting the Anatomy of God. Quick View: Table of Contents, This all together is a confusing topic to tackle, and somewhat difficult to explain or gather because of the way people/believers interpret the … Continue reading
I thought this would be a great time to do a Milestone Post, considering I have just passed 20,000 views, and just published over 100 blog posts and have gathered a following of just over 100 followers, and over 1,500 … Continue reading
The Matter of Doubt Podcast kindly did a podcast interview on me. This podcast is a lot more personal in nature than I have been on my blog so check it out. Disclaimer: Please forgive my annoying laugh, I was … Continue reading
For anybody who has been following my blog for longer than two months, knows that I have spent a large portion of my time blogging and researching about the inerrancy of the bible. I have done about a dozen post … Continue reading
Bible Difficulty #8 “Biblical inerrancy is not a doctrine that can be proven by an a posteriori deductive argument. It is a position that is accepted a priori, on faith, and not by reason. The many Biblical and historical references that support inerrancy are completely valid … Continue reading
Survey of the Belief of biblical inerrancy in the U.S.: On 2007-MAY-25, Gallup reported the results of a national poll on Biblical inerrancy. Those polled were asked which of three statements comes closest to describing their personal views about the … Continue reading
“The doctrine of the inspiration of Scripture does not stand in the relationship of a priori but a posteriori in our theology. The doctrine of verbal inspiration is not the basis of our systematic theology and is not the major … Continue reading
I think after some time, I realized I may have been too presumptuous in some of my post topics. Instead of taking these questionable scriptures as bible contradictions, I should stay neutral as much as possible. I should not automatically … Continue reading
Contradiction #6 Well this is not much of a scriptural contradiction; it’s more of a logical contradiction. When going through the Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, I noticed that they are all written in third person. That was interesting, … Continue reading
What is the difference between “possible” and “reasonable”? Why does it matter? How can mastery of this distinction help us to think clearly before we begin to examine the case for the Christian Worldview? When dealing with the reasonable & the possible, … Continue reading