For those who have seen the light.
Nan asked. It would be easier to find a virgin in a bordello than getting an honest answer to a straightforward question from a Christian regarding evidence for their conversion. Therefore, I am going to try a slightly different approach. One of the problems is tangents. Tangentially speaking, that is, and, largely because of … More Oh, for gods sake! New Post. Just because …
It is a favorite of blogging Christians to ask the non-believer/atheists exactly what evidence would convince them of Yahweh’s existence. I have read a number of atheists reply with a variety of different examples, but to my mind all fall short to some degree. Personally, I have no idea what would convince me of the … More Evidence for Yahweh is ……?
A Christian’s view on the bushfires in Australia … Is God not calling us to repent and be renewed – before the renewal of the earth? Ark
Aaah …. ’tis a glorious Monday morning here in Jo’burg. Liverpool beat Everton 1-0 yesterday in the 3rd round of the FA Cup and so what better way to shrug off any Monday Blues you lot may have with a laugh! A comment on the bush-fires in Australia … Name withheld to protect the individual … More Oh, for gods sake!
I came across this blog post a while back, copied it for my own reference , and for the life of me cannot remember who the author was. If you know or are the author give me a heads up. ”Here is what I consider to be even a bigger problem with the genealogies. Who … More Oh, for gods sake – on memory.
An Atheist cannot disprove the existence of a God within a range of absolute certainty. Personally, I’ve never even tried to disprove ”a God.” Do any other atheists really try to disprove the existence of ”a God(sic)”? I always thought the onus was on the theist to provide the evidence for the existence of their … More Oh, for gods’ sake
Fury as primary school tells pupils to say ‘Baby Boy Jesus’ instead of ‘Lord Jesus’ while singing Away In A Manger so that pupils of all faiths can join in. I have to admit I smiled after I read this article. Of course, when I lived in the UK it would not have been … More The War on Christmas?
No, is the claim from a Pastor, who, in his usual display of Christian love argues: ….much beloved of atheist fundamentalists who think it is a killer question. But the answer really is not that difficult if you stop to think about it….its just that few do! I don’t suppose the dear Pastor includes himself … More Does Your Religion Depend On Where You Were Born?
Text from a recent podcast I listened to over at David Robertson’s Third Space site between a Dr. Sameh Maurice and Robert Martin on the Power of Prayer. Dr. Maurice:’We have seen signs, wonders miracles , people raised from the dead … Robert Martin: ”You’ve seen people raised from the dead?” Dr. Maurice: ”Yeah, yeah … More Oh, for gods’ sake!
While indulging in five minutes of semi-random article clicking on my Reader I came across something on a site called Christianity Today titled: Why the Special Envoy on Freedom of Religion or Belief role is invaluable I wonder, does a badge and a hat come with the job? You can read the article if you … More Religious freedom. Contradiction of terms?
A comment I left on the Wee Flea blog in reply to comments between John Z and Robertson will most likely not see the light of day. But it is worth a post. Now here’s a surprise. The bulk of John Z’s comments concern the general Australian view regarding religion which is … in his … More G’day! Pastor David Robertson on Australians.