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Tag Archives: Faith
This is a common question in youth groups across America, where about half of us still believe the Universe was created fewer than 10,000 years ago. The problem is that light waves/photons travel at a known rate of 186,282 miles per second. At that … Continue reading
While I’ve previously touched on the problem of evil, I wanted to focus a bit more on what is perhaps the most heinous evil one can possibly imagine: the suffering and death of innocent children. Each year, approximately 10 million children die … Continue reading
It’s the end of the world and Harold Camping knows it… With only a few days left until the end of the world, I thought I’d honor Harold Camping by questioning if faith makes us more susceptible to delusions, like how Harold … Continue reading
I’ve always wondered why God, if real, would give so little land to His chosen people. Or to look at it another way, why He would give so much more to everyone else. I’m not saying Israel isn’t a nice little country, … Continue reading
There are several reasons why having multiple religions does a disservice to them all: It reduces the chances of anyone finding the correct religion (assuming there is one). It exposes mankind’s utter confusion over the issue, and our inability to distinguish a true religion from … Continue reading
Ah yes, the infamous “Problem of Evil.” To put it simply: Why would an all-good God do bad things? The answer? He wouldn’t. Problem solved? Not really. If we want an omni-benevolent God, we must somehow find a way to exonerate Him from His own creation. Having a … Continue reading
With hundreds of different religions, it’s difficult to know which one is true. This wasn’t much of a problem back in Elijah’s day, when the contest was really only between God and Baal. In order to settle that debate, God established some rules for the first official, no-holds-barred, who’s-really-a-god, sacrificial smack-down (1 Kings … Continue reading