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On the petty, unscientific character of Galileo

A Guest Post By Jon Fisher David Bentley Hart’s book Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolution and Its Fashionable Enemies is a strong polemic against much of the misinformation surrounding Christian theology and history. Beginning with a short dismissal of the New Atheist (TNA) movement … Continue reading

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is it immoral for God to kill people?

We generally do not have the authority to transition people between states of existence. God alone reserves that right, which he delegates to the government (Rom 13:4) in certain situations (executions, war) and even to individuals in certain situations (self defense, blood-revenge killings). Continue reading

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the violinist hypothetical

Parents have a moral obligation to their children, whether they want it or not. An unborn baby is no different. Continue reading

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