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Horrible Argument

From Clifford Williams’ Existential Reasons for Belief in God. Did I miss something? This is like saying, “We need to feel good.  Greasy fast food makes us feel good.  Therefore, we are justified in eating greasy fast food.” Say what? [Post image: Table mountain by vivekchugh on stock.xchng]

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With or Without God

I finished reading Gretta Vosper’s With or Without God last week, and I can’t stop thinking about it.  If we admit that humankind is evolving just as everything else is, then we need to assess where we’re at (Vosper’s contention is the church) and make some changes, based on what we know to be true […]

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Sexual Honesty

Tony Jones’ blog post “What’s a Christian to do with…Dan Savage?” got me thinking. Maybe it’ll do the same for you. My favorite part of all this?  One of Jones’ parting comments: …many Christians are ready for our conversations about sexuality to expand beyond “what to do with the gays,” and instead have a more […]

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What is the Role of Doubt in Faith, Part 1?

Today we’re continuing Tuesday’s thoughts on how belief and faith are oftentimes confused.  It doesn’t matter what faith background you come from (and this includes nonbelievers, as we mentioned on Tuesday).  Everyone questions a little.  The reason I used the word “doubt,” though, in the title is because some people, like me, go past the […]

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