Category Archives: Apologetics

Angels and Demons, Part II

In my last post, I outlined how the Evil One or demons tempt us to sin. But sometimes the demonic works through doubt, division, discouragement, or confusion rather than specific temptations. I was in a prayer meeting music ministry for years. Unfailingly, … Continue reading

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God the CEO

An image of God I’ve been running up against lately is “God the CEO”. In this view, God isn’t quite as far removed from our daily lives as with Deism (in which God is the Watchmaker Who started off the … Continue reading

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The New Atheism – Part II

As I noted in “The New Atheism – Part I”, one of the New Atheism’s most striking flaws is its inability to account for the essential elements of being human. For example, one retreat director noted that, after an arduous … Continue reading

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The New Atheism – Part I

My son and I have had many conversations on the “new atheism”, whose main proponents are Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens. Many aspects of the new atheism are alarming, chief being how rapidly it has spread and how widely and … Continue reading

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