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The “Problem of Evil” is a philosophical question on the existence of a god. The problem can be posed simply: God is omnipotent (that is, all-powerful). God is omniscient (that is, all-knowing). God is perfectly good. Evil exists.
I’ve written about circumcision before, and the costs of performing such an unnecessary procedure carried out on infants. The latest circumcision horror story comes from Oldham in Manchester, England. From the Mirror: Goodluck Caubergs died the day after nurse Grace … Continue reading
Today’s lesson in demonology comes courtesy of Charisma Magazine, an evangelical Christian magazine with both print and on-line editions. We’ll begin our lesson with last week’s article by Cedric Harmon, Can you be raped by the Devil? Of course, the … Continue reading
Those who oppose abortions are often challenged to prove they are as interested in child care after a child is born. Michigan Republicans have demonstrated that these are valid charges, and they are much more interested in supporting foetuses over … Continue reading
The question has been asked many times: Isaiah 40:13 – Who has understood the mind of the LORD, or instructed him as his counselor? Repeated in Romans 11:34 – Who has understood the mind of the LORD, or instructed him … Continue reading
Were you wondering how Jesus and Mo celebrated Hallowe’en? Wonder no more. They went as themselves.
Vic Toews, Public Safety Minister for the Government of Canada is a tough on crime sort of guy. The number of inmates in both the federal and provincial systems is expected to rise as the provisions of an omnibus crime … Continue reading
For most of us, our familiarity with the Amish or Pennsylvania Dutch comes from passing buggies pulled by horses on country roads, or from movies such as Witness starring Harrison Ford and Kelly McGillis. The impression we have is of … Continue reading
Chris Hallquist a blogger at Patheos, is working his way through the bible and posting tweets about the verses he finds. In one of his posts, he summarizes his tweets on Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. Here are some excerpts: Lev … Continue reading