Monthly Archives: June 2012

Me vs. Fallen Tree

I decide to cross the creek using a fallen tree.  Didn’t quite work out that day….  Forgive the bad video quality.

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Stuff Christian Singles Hear

These really ARE things that Christian singles hear!…

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Ruse and Wilson Brief

Here is a brief I wrote for my philosophy of biology capstone last semester. Moral Philosophy as Applied Science by Michael Ruse and Edward O. Wilson Objective Ruse and Wilson encourage more study in the area of ethical beliefs and … Continue reading

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Is God Completely Unchanging?

What do we mean when we say God doesn’t change? In Scripture we see God appealing to His unchanging nature: For I the Lord do not change; therefore you, O children of Jacob, are not consumed. (Malachi 3:6) Every good … Continue reading

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Deductive Arguments

Fall semester last year, a friend told me that arguments that either 1) aren’t true, or 2) have no reason to be believed, are not deductive arguments.  This sounded odd to me, so let’s look at a few examples. 1) … Continue reading

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The Blind Men and the Elephant

A popular parable for the relativist is called The Blind Men and the Elephant.  This parable tells the story of several blind men who touch an elephant in different spots and make completely different conclusions about what it is.  One … Continue reading

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Could Jesus Sin?

Traditionally, the church has believed that Jesus was completely sinless. Several passages make this clear: For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God. (1 … Continue reading

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