Monthly Archives: November 2010

Barack Obama and Ryan Seacrest

Concerning Barack Obama’s coming interview with American Idol’s Co-Host Ryan Seacrest, Greg Pollowitz has this to say: Maybe Seacrest will tell the president that America has spoken, he will not be the next American Idol.

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Logic and God

Rationalists have long argued that God is logic and logic is God. But as Sean Choi observes, …if logic is God, then God would be abstract, since logic is abstract. But God can’t be abstract, since, as I understand it, … Continue reading

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The Christian Apologists’ Argument

In various forms, the fundamental argument advanced by the Christian apologist is that the Christian worldview is true because of the impossibility of the contrary. — Greg Bahnsen

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A Reformation Sermon: Returning to the Ancient Paths

Up to this point in history there has not been a greater moment of biblical revival known to mankind. The Reformation was such a wholistic and influential movement that no less than every sphere of life in Europe was affected, … Continue reading

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