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43 Questions Christians can’t answer

Posted by on Sep 12, 2014 in Knowing for Sure Blog, Tough Questions | 0 comments

43 Questions Christians can’t answer

How is it that the bible explains the earth to be 6,000 to 8,000 years old when we know that dinosaur bones are at least 65 million years old? This isn’t the only example of our planet’s age by any means, either. This is one of those ‘in house’ discussions that even educated and intelligent Christians do not agree on. Pucket is also guilty of a strawman fallacy, by misrepresenting or fabricating someone’s position on an issue, so it is easier to attack. Pucket, who asked the above question, and 49 other questions, lump all Christians as ‘Young Earthers, when many...

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Illusion of Legacy

Posted by on Jul 18, 2014 in Cosmological Argument, Knowing for Sure Blog | 4 comments

Illusion of Legacy

Bruce, a friend on Facebook, posted this picture with the comment, “One can only hope that this is not our life’s path.” So many, myself included, as they become older, spend time reflecting on their life and the path they chose. I think it is fair to say everyone has regrets. Many of us can relate to marriages that did not work out, children we wished we had raised differently, or friendships lost over trivial matters. I certainly see some things in my own life I wish I could change. Careers that became dead ends, broken relationships, illness, disease, and death surround many lives....

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The Miracle of Existence

Posted by on Jun 12, 2013 in Cosmological Argument, Knowing for Sure Blog | 3 comments

The Miracle of Existence

Boys do it naturally, sometimes by the early age of three or four. Girls, not so much; they are too busy making conversation to worry about the Doppler effect. Ever watch girls play with dolls or stuffed animals? They (the animals or dolls) are chatting about this or that, and the girls tilt the Barbies or animals a bit left, then a bit right, as they converse about the latest news, or chat about what their plans are for the day. The tone of their voices rise and fall during the conversation. I know this, after having raised three lovely girls. My boy though, was too busy setting up armies...

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