CONFRONTING CHRISTIANITY12 Hard Questions for the World's Largest ReligionBy Rebecca McLaughlin In Confronting Christianity, McLaughlin takes on some of the toughest modern objections to Christianity with care and concision. She tackles these questions, a chapter at a time: Aren’t we better off without religion?Doesn’t Christianity crush diversity?How can you say there is only one true faith?Doesn’t religion hinder morality?Doesn’t religion cause violence?How can you take the Bible … [Read more...] about Confronting Christianity
I occasionally write posts relating to faith and skepticism. I do this because I believe in Jesus, and I want you to believe as well. Atheist Penn Jillette said, "I don't respect people who don't proselytize...How much do you have to hate somebody to believe that everlasting life is possible and not tell them that?" I agree. Proselytizing flows naturally out of true and deep conviction. It is not necessarily meant be antagonistic, though it will certainly be countercultural and controversial. … [Read more...] about Writing to Skeptics
The pain and suffering we experience in this world is at times overwhelming. It has caused many people to question the existence of God. Tim Keller (2008) summarizes one such argument made by philosopher J. L. Mackie in this way: “If a good and powerful God exists, he would not allow pointless evil, but because there is much unjustifiable, pointless evil in the world, the traditional good and powerful God could not exist. Some other god or no god may exist, but not the traditional God.” … [Read more...] about Does Senseless Evil Disprove A Good God?