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Monthly Archive for November, 2009

The November edition of the Jehovah’s Witness’s publication “The Watchtower” has as the feature article, “Exposed: Six Myths About Christianity.” Some of these I would take exception to, and some of them I would agree with (perhaps with some modification). Over the next few posts, I will be interacting with some of its claims.
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Nuda Scriptura

“Sola Scriptura!” was one of the battle cries of the Reformation. The Reformers were correcting the abuse of authority in the Catholic church who held that the church had the final authority. They paid lip service to scripture, but it was a general rule not to let the Bible into the hands of the laity. [...]

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Ashera Poles in Solomon’s Temple

Albert Mohler recently posted some comments in regards to a recent trend in some churches to include pets in the service. He has 8 (more or less cumulative) points that he makes against the practice and they are all good. But I have one more I’d like to add. Before I do that let me [...]

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Thoughts from an athiest

Christopher Hutchins comments on his debate opponent Doug Wilson:
Wilson isn’t one of those evasive Christians who mumble apologetically about how some of the Bible stories are really just “metaphors.” He is willing to maintain very staunchly that Jesus of Nazareth was the Christ and that his sacrifice redeems our state of sin, which in turn [...]

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