Monthly Archives: July 2015

God’s Very Words

God’s Very Words “So here’s the situation: no autographs (original manuscripts) exist and the manuscripts that do exist show many differences. What do conservatives hold to be inspired? Conservatives hold the autographs to be inerrant and infallible. How can conservatives … Continue reading

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A GIANT and a child’s song: The Conversion of Augustine

A GIANT and a child’s song The Conversion of Augustine             I know the conversion of a theologian from the Middle Ages doesn’t seem… interesting, but stick with me here and see how elegant God can be. What I learned … Continue reading

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How would I hold up under Lethal Persecution?

Lethal Persecution and Theology in the Early Church Tragically, the subject of religious persecution and martyrdom has become all too relevant for the modern Christian. As I have watched in absolute shock and horror the atrocities performed by ISIS, I … Continue reading

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Digital Persecution and A Look at Early Christian Apologetics

I know  “Second Century Apologetics” seems like a pretty boring subject, but trust me, it is really just a mirror to our present day struggle with explaining and defending our faith to a society that doesn’t understand it. Give it a chance and you … Continue reading

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