1 John 2:24-29, NKJV 24 Therefore let that abide in you which you heard from the beginning. If what you heard from the beginning abides in you, you also will…… Read more “Abide In The Truth, 1 John 2:24-29 (Falling Away Series)”
Of course, Christ had followed a long procession of man-gods in the ancient world, many of whom were said to have performed prodigies and who shared with…… Read more “Shedding Light on “Shedding Light on the Light of the World”: Refuting Secular Humanism”
The anti-abortionist’s next move in the verbal chess game usually goes something like this. The point is not whether a human embryo can or cannot suffer at…… Read more “Murdering the future: Richard Dawkins and The Great Beethoven Fallacy”
Many evolutionary transitions are elegantly documented by more or less continuous series of gradually changing intermediate fossils. Some are not, and these are the famous ‘gaps’. Michael…… Read more “Richard Dawkins: It’s illogical to demand scientific evidence for scientific claims”
Dawkins: “It looks designed, but it’s an illusion. You think it’s designed, but you’re deluded. As if my book, The God Delusion, isn’t a dead giveaway…”
If “who baked the baker,” “who cooked the cook,” or “who wrote the writer” aren’t valid questions, then Dawkins’s question about the Designer is seriously illogical.
Richard Dawkins has confused the origin of life, which no man has seen, with magic tricks that are observable and repeatable. Sounds like a mixing of categories to me.
Placing God in infinite regress isn’t as easy for an evolutionist as it sounds.
In a more recent post, I provided Richard Dawkins’s 7-level Spectrum of Probabilities scale regarding God’s existence and gave the details he provides of what it means…… Read more “Small Probabilities, Big Decisions: Richard Dawkins and Empirical Evidence for God’s Existence”
Let us, then, take the idea of a spectrum of probabilities seriously, and place human judgements about the existence of God along it, between two extremes of…… Read more “Contrary to Reason: Richard Dawkins and the Spectrum of Probabilities”