Tag Archives: evangelism

Why Evanglism Doesn’t Work.

I left this comment on someone’s blog that was about their approach to their ministry of the gospels and I thought it was worth sharing as it includes some profound realizations I’ve been having over the last two days.  Here … Continue reading

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Re: Is Christianity A “Personal Relationship?”

Someone did a blog with the above title and I gave this response: I think our brains are just modular.  Our minds work more like a democracy than a dictatorship, different conflicting impulses constantly competing for our actions.  Your christian … Continue reading

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C. S. Lewis’ Apologetics Are Vastly Overrated [Edit].

[Edit: I wrote this blog on about 2 hours of sleep and the half of the conversation I was quoting was that attributed to tolkien, and the conversation is fictional.  I have thought for years Lewis’ apologetics were fluff though, … Continue reading

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Questions That Destroy Atheism.

I was randomly surfing youtube vids and clicking links and there seem to be a ton of videos claiming to “destroy” atheism, usually with just one sentence.  I thought I’d pick a handful of them and respond. 1) Which came … Continue reading

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Response to templestream’s “challenge”.

Templestream brags on his site frequently that he has made a blog proving the existence of a personal god which is so ironclad that all the atheists on xanga, nay the internet, are terrified of responding to it and refuse … Continue reading

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Commentary On Anti-Atheist Blog.

I read the following blog on someone’s site (who I’m apparently blocked from, once again had to log out to read it).  It was dickish to atheists and obnoxious, but I thought I’d comment on it.  Here goes:“Want To Shut … Continue reading

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The Watchmaker Analogy/Argument.

This argument is one of the most popular, widely accepted and widely refuted arguments in theology.  William Paley popularized the argument in 1802, a mere 23 years after David Hume used it as an example of a bad argument and … Continue reading

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