Apologetics

  1. Apologetics A Refutation To The Charge That The Calvinistic View Of Predestination Is Pagan.

    The idea brought forth by those who claim that we who hold to God's sovereignty in all things are similar to the Greek pagans is without warranted. As Ronald Nash states in his book The Gospel and the Greeks, these so called gods were limited by their own weakness both physical and moral. Not to mention many of these gods fell into vices in which humans fall prey. See The Gospel And The Greeks, Ronald Nash pg 122. In contrast the God of Scripture is not limited by his creation but rather is...
  2. Apologetics Refuting The Atheist Claim That Jesus Was A Resurrected Zombie

    It has been quite common on various atheist websites that seek to refute Christianity to use the argument that when Jesus was resurrected from the dead it was no different than what we see in modern zombie movies. The zombies come back to life and start attacking people and eating them, and hearing phrases such as ‘the undead’ where the person is not dead but is not really alive. This is the type of analogy atheist and skeptics tend to make when they try and refute the Resurrection. You may...
  3. Apologetics Critique Of Deism

    Deism is defined as the belief that reason and and the Natural world are sufficient to determine the existence of God. Deists believe God is not knowable and untouchable. God is seen as the first cause of all creation, but he is not interactive within creation. Here is an analogy, think of God as a watchmaker that winds up a clock by setting up the creation process that are guided by laws which can only be known through reason and logic. The following are are a sample of beliefs that are...
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