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Daily Archives: April 20, 2019
In this post I’m going to discuss some related issues. One concerns the nature of biblical inerrancy. A way in which inerrancy is defended is to distinguish truth from pedantic precision. 718 more words via Philosophers can’t be friends — Triablogue
666: CALCULATING THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST PART SIX by Jeff Wingo — Alien Antichrist: UFOs and Aliens, Antichrist, and the End of Days
Reblogging for future reference: So far, in this series we have looked at the various biblical links to the number of the Beast, 666, and in doing so we have discovered along the way that the Bible alone holds the … Continue reading
Reblogging for future reference: Novelist Tom Holland just wrote an article for The Spectator titled “Thank God for Western Values,” declaring the “debt of the West to Christianity is more deeply rooted than many might presume.” Everything he says is … Continue reading
Reblogging for future reference: In a prior Easter-related post I wrote that “dying and rising” gods don’t provide a good mythological model for the resurrection story of Christ. Rather, I mentioned that Greco-Roman myths provide a better inspiration and template, … Continue reading