God is faithful always. (Nehemiah 9)
You are the LORD, you alone. You have made heaven, the heaven of heavens, with all their host, the earth and all that is on it, the seas and all that is in them; and you preserve all of them; and the host of heaven worships you. You are the LORD, the God who chose Abram and delivered him and gave him a new name. You found his heart faithful before you, and made with him a covenant. And you have...
Anonymous asked: Is the Ice Age mentioned in the Bible?
Anonymous asked: You know that Jesus of Nazareth wasn't the first person to utter the golden rule?
Anonymous asked: God loves you!! "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope." -Jeremiah 29:11 Just wanted to remind you this, and say that what you do is amazing! Keep it up, dear :)
I was given life by the cross of Jesus Christ, but...
A plan for a Spouse?
I’ve talked about this before, but I see a lot of stuff here on tumblr about how people are saying that God has the perfect spouse for them out there somewhere. That might be true, and there is nothing wrong with looking for that person, but it also might not be true. You might end up single for your whole life. That might be God’s plan for you. Would you be okay with that? If not,...
The better you know the Gospel, the more you will...
Listening in Evangelism
When interacting with people who are not Christians, we nee to be sure that we are engaging with them where they are at, not where we want them to be. The more we listen to them the more likely they will be to listen to us. That is how conversations work and we can’t just be listening so that they listen to us, we need to listen because we actually care about people. You should always be...
SO, I just posted my senior philosophy capstone...
Read it here
Theological Determinism and the Problem of Evil
Introducing the “Problem” The problem of evil is no new dilemma. Around 300 B.C. Epicurus developed an argument against the existence of God. It has become known as the Epicurean paradox. It was later translated in David Humes Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. Epicurus postulates that if God exists he must be both able and willing to prevent evil. He says that “If God is willing to...
Anonymous asked: if god is omnipotent, then surely he must have known that humans would sin? what did he expect the human race to turn out like? Perfect little robots? Or did he put us here for his own amusement?
Anonymous asked: Who does give children cancer then? Or who allows their cells to become cancerous?
Anonymous asked: What is your leadership like?
Well ladies and djents. I’m back. I’ll fill you in on what went down over my absence and get to answering my inbox first thing in the morning. First though I plan on slipping into a minor coma. 17 sleepless hours in a van has got me a bit loopy.
Well guys, I'm going to Florida to tell people...
Anonymous asked: Personally, I would be quite offended if you posted a picture of your tattoos, so please don't. In Christ xx
Anonymous asked: when were you saved? basically, what is your conversion story? :)
Anonymous asked: Do you believe in dinosaurs?
Anonymous asked: Why does God give children cancer?
Considering wether or not I should post some pics...
marisadanae-deactivated20130103 asked: These anons, I'm telling you. lol it must be Pick-On-A-Christian-Day!!
Anonymous asked: And why do you think that gravity will continue tommorow? I think you forget that my claim is that you don't have proof for your beliefs. I question why you have irrational beliefs, and why you dedicate your life to these beliefs. The only belief I hold that concerns this is the belief that most of the Bible is asserted without evidence, or has been contrasted by evidence. You have the...
Anonymous asked: Well, how about this: do you think gravity will continue tomorrow? Again, you just said 'I've already talked about holes in their worldview' instead of providing examples, and we're supposed to buy it. Though, you have phrased that as if atheists have some sort of answering to do for not having answers. You are the one with the belief and the lack of evidence.
Anonymous asked: So you genuinely think heaven is as probable as the continuation of gravity? Incredible. There are no good reasons to believe in heaven, only ancient mythology. Well you asserted that all atheists had 'holes in their worldview' without evidence or reference. Then you proceed to tell us all that a party in the sky with every good person ever is no more unlikely than gravity giving way...
Anonymous asked: Why do you bother studying or getting a job? My life is entirely devoted to his Highness, my father, as it's a sure way of getting into heaven.
Anonymous asked: That's a typically ignorant answer. If we don't know something, we don't have to choose to believe in it. I don't know Heaven exists, neither do you; I see no evidence and therefore don't believe, you see no evidence but still choose to believe it. That's what you'd call 'an inherent hole in your worldview'.
My life currently consists of
-Studying -Reading -Thinking -Rock Climbing -Writing -Studying -Thinking -Research -Xbox -Studying -Studying -Writing -Reading -Thinking With some “endless stream of atheist debate” thrown in for good measure.
uhslightfigureofspeech-deactiva asked: I swear 50% on my news feed on any given day is anon hate towards you. Do you like commit hate crimes or beat puppies in your spare time because this is ridiculous. I've yet to see anything that you've posted that would cause such an uproar. It seems like you're being attacked for simply believing in Christ and proclaiming he's your holy redeemer. UGH, you're just so...
whispersoffaith asked: Hey! I feel like you've just been bashed so much lately!! what is this?!?! Maybe you should turn off your anon ask for a while...
Anonymous asked: Except that I never actually stated that I know nothing happens did I? Rather that I do not know what happens. If the Christian faith hadn't been established, do you seriously think that you'd believe that in 70(ish) years time you'll be in the sky talking to the creator of everything?
Anonymous asked: So if you accept that you know NOTHING about what's going to happen after you die, then you must accept that you believe in an irrational concept. You just stated that no human being knows what's going to happen after death, and I'm saying that it's fantasy to pretend you know that you're going to an eternal party in the clouds.
Anonymous asked: OMFG the world is a lovely place and god doesn't exist. You are walking corruption with a smily face.