Canon Wars

May 8, 2010

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Modern Christians live in a unique historical position compared to our predecessors.  We can read, and we have a great deal of information, technical and scientific capabilities, and a vast collection of ancient writings that can help us understand the Bible.  We also have a Bible.  When Paul was writing his epistles, the Gospels most […]

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Letter To Kevin

April 29, 2010

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This is my response from a long conversation with my new friend Kevin about evolution, Genesis, and other questions. I’m just posting the end of the correspondence, without his questions and our talk about Muse and U2, but it’s enough to get the idea. – – – – – – – – – – – […]

The Bible Study

April 26, 2010

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When my brother-in-law Curtis asked me if I could fill-in on piano at his Baptist church one Sunday I gladly accepted. I’ve played in church since I was eleven years old, so that was nothing new. What I was most interested in was attending their Bible study before the church service. Curtis was studying hebrew, […]

Repeating Biology

April 24, 2010

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If you looked into the creation/evolution debate recently, you were probably examining a different set of evidences and arguments than those in the 1980’s, the 60’s, and during the Scopes Trial in 1920’s. I looked at this issue at several distinct points in my life, from different angles as different discoveries and advancements were being […]

Why This Is Here

April 23, 2010

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Welcome to my blog. I plan to discuss various topics centering around theology, philosophy, and science, and I hope you can join the conversation. I’ll be starting with a series of posts exploring evolution and the surrounding debate from the perspective of a thoughtful Christian. I have read extensively on the issue, and I have […]