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Tag Archives: Skeptic
If having children leads to some percentage of them ending up in hell, is it still reasonable to continue having them? Possibly. I wish I had been buried like a baby who never saw the light of day. ~ Job 3:16 Should all … Continue reading
Growing up Pentecostal, I was raised to believe the Jonah story was a literal event. But even back then, I found the story a little difficult to swallow (pun intended). I used to imagine that when Jonah was inside the … Continue reading
I’ve always been amazed by the body’s ability to heal itself. However, this ability really pales in comparison to the regenerative abilities of the salamander. Salamanders like the Mexican axolotl can regenerate their legs, tail, upper and lower jaw, eyes, lungs, heart, and … Continue reading
Neanderthals are interesting because of their distinct features and fairly recent extinction. But if they lived with our ancestors, why doesn’t the Bible mention them? Neanderthal History According to Science The relatively new science of Paleogenomics is uncovering an interesting … Continue reading
I confess. I once spent a couple of years as an NDE junkie. In my early search for evidence of the soul, NDE survivors seemed to have the proof I was searching for. I read everything I could get my … 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
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
Here’s a fun experiment you can do at home. Start by making up a new god, any god, such as the “God of Pizza.” Place a penny on a table and pray that the God of Pizza will levitate it to confirm his existence. If it works, … Continue reading
For many (including myself) life’s complexity is the number one reason for believing in a creator. It seems if there’s any remaining hope for proving God’s existence, it’s the argument from design. In fact, Intelligent Design (ID) seems to be the sole surviving argument of … Continue reading
If there’s one fact about evolution that bothered me as a creationist, it’s that humans shared 95 to 98.5% of their DNA with chimps. But even before these percentages were known, Creationists had the luxury explaining the results either way: If chimp DNA had nothing in common with … Continue reading