Posts Tagged "Greg Koukl"

Defending the Faith

Posted by on Sep 22, 2015 in Knowing for Sure Blog, Tough Questions | 0 comments

Defending the Faith

Our men’s group on Sunday morning has been working through the 6 week Tactics course by Greg Koukl. We are in our final two weeks and have enjoyed some good discussions over comments, claims, or statements made by unbelievers. Some I find in books I have read, others on various atheist web sites, or simply Facebook, which can be a plethora of anti-Christian material. In the DVD series, Greg Koukl covers the material in his book Tactics, providing multiple examples for the topic of that day. Generally, I do some work ahead of time, and find other material we can wrestle with and discuss...

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Death by a Thousand Cuts

Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in Knowing for Sure Blog, Moral Argument | 4 comments

Death by a Thousand Cuts

I was talking with a friend at church not long ago and he shared with me his recent sleep study experience. Apparently, he has stopped breathing at night sometimes, and was tested for sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a condition where an individual does not receive all the oxygen they need because of a blocked airway. It is fairly common for men over 40, especially those who are overweight, and the medical community believes that a large percent of men actually have this condition without knowing it. I know a bit about this myself, having been diagnosed with sleep apnea several years ago after my...

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Mommy can I kill this?

Posted by on Jul 24, 2013 in Knowing for Sure Blog, Social Issues | 3 comments

Mommy can I kill this?

The first day of school a little boy whose father owned the local apple farm brought his teacher a gift in a box. Many others had done the same, but his was the largest and last to be opened. It was a game they were playing, that before she opened each gift, she had to try to guess what it was. The boy placed it on her desk and stood waiting for her to open it. All the other little boys and girls were gathering around to see what it was, because children are naturally curious about things, and the little boy had refused to tell anyone what it was. The teacher, who was young in years and to...

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