Tag Archives: apologetic

Worship is human

I always love it when science proves the truth to be true, in this case, science proves that we were made to worship, and that worship improves our outlook on life, and even our health. That’s what an article in … Continue reading

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Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God?

A Wheaton College professor recently stated that Muslims and Christians worship the same God and lost her job. This has stirred up quite a debate in the echelons of evangelical accuracy that should have gone on before the professor lost … Continue reading

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What the heart knows that the head doesn’t

All men’s miseries derive from not being able to sit in a quiet room alone. – Blaise Pascal I’ve been reading your comments from yesterday’s Catch and watching us all stumble gracefully over one of my most favorite people who … Continue reading

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The improbable truth

Has it ever made anyone curious why the Bible questions its own answers? Take the book of Ecclesiastes, for instance — twelve chapters dedicated to the propagation of the meaninglessness of life. And this is not just the author having … Continue reading

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