• Dorper: On True Charity (Mirror/Transcription from Tumblr)

    This is a re-upload of a post written by a Tumblr user with the screen name ‘Dorper’, on the now-closed dorper.tumblr.com. The post was made on 18 Jun. 2021, a dead link can be found here, and an archive on the Wayback Machine can be found here. I’m re-uploading it here because I find it […]

  • Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost: A Big Compilation of Different Thoughts

    Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost: A Big Compilation of Different Thoughts

    The blasphemy against the Holy Ghost is a topic that many Bible readers have debated over the centuries. Different people have had different understandings of what exactly this “blasphemy” is and why it’s unforgivable. I decided to compile the commentaries of these writers into one article, so that the reader can see different views on this issue.

  • Not a Chrysostom Quote, Not Quoted Correctly

    Originally posted on Aliens in This World:
    There’s a longish list of supposed quotes from the Fathers that shows up repeatedly in supposedly feminist works. The quotes are almost always in identical wording of an English translation, and they never provide citations from the Fathers. Rather, they cite other feminist authors, who also turn out…

  • Does God Damn People? (Matthew 12 and Romans 9)

    In a recent post – On Clichés: “Sacrificed Himself To Himself”, “The Sin He Gave Us”, Etc. – I argued that God doesn’t “save us from himself” because we damn ourselves to hell by our sins. There’s a famous quote by C.S. Lewis in Chapter 9 his book titled The Great Divorce, where he said: […]

  • Paul and the Old Testament 3: Circumcised Hearts

    Paul and the Old Testament 3: Circumcised Hearts

    This post is part of a series called “Paul and the Old Testament”. St. Paul the Apostle is often accused – whether by atheists, Muslims, Jewish Rabbis, Judaizing “churches”, or others – of contradicting what the books of the Old Testament teach and introducing new doctrines. These posts are here to show that the Christianity […]

  • My Thoughts on the ‘Is Christianity True?’ (Adam Green vs. David Patrick Harry) Debate

    My Thoughts on the ‘Is Christianity True?’ (Adam Green vs. David Patrick Harry) Debate

    Last week on the 14th of September 2022, a live debate was hosted by Andrew Wilson on “The Crucible” (YouTube – Odysee). The debate was titled “Is Christianity True?” and it was between Adam Green (of “Know More News”) and David Patrick Harry (of “Church of the Eternal Logos”). David is an Eastern Orthodox Christian, […]

  • On Clichés: “Sacrificed Himself To Himself”, “The Sin He Gave Us”, Etc.

    On Clichés: “Sacrificed Himself To Himself”, “The Sin He Gave Us”, Etc.

    If you’ve debated with anti-Christian atheists online – not all atheists, but often those devoted to arguing against Christianity on the web – there’s a decent chance that you will bump into some of the same cliché descriptions of Christianity. Some of the lines used include: … and so on. You’ll often see them shared […]

  • Paul and the Old Testament 2: God’s People

    Paul and the Old Testament 2: God’s People

    This post is part of a series called “Paul and the Old Testament”. St. Paul the Apostle is often accused – whether by atheists, Muslims, Jewish Rabbis, Judaizing “churches”, or others – of contradicting what the books of the Old Testament teach and introducing new doctrines. These posts are here to show that the Christianity […]

  • B. Stanhope: No, Isaiah 45:7 doesn’t say God creates evil (Mirror/Transcription from Blogspot)

    B. Stanhope: No, Isaiah 45:7 doesn’t say God creates evil (Mirror/Transcription from Blogspot)

    This is a re-upload/transcription of a post written by Ben Stanhope on the now-defunct Blogspot page ‘benstanhope.blogspot.com‘. The post was titled “No, Isaiah 45:7 doesn’t say God creates evil” and was posted on 18 Oct. 2015 – the dead link can be found here, and the archived page on the Wayback Machine can be found […]

  • Paul and the Old Testament 1: God of the Gentiles

    Paul and the Old Testament 1: God of the Gentiles

    This post is part of a series called “Paul and the Old Testament”. St. Paul the Apostle is often accused – whether by atheists, Muslims, Jewish Rabbis, Judaizing “churches”, or others – of contradicting what the books of the Old Testament teach and introducing new doctrines. These posts are here to show that the Christianity […]

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