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It’s a Battle Between Worldviews! | Around the World with Ken Ham

A study conducted by a group of University of Alabama researchers has been making its way around the Internet, so I wanted to comment on it. This study highlights that the creation/evolution controversy is really a worldview-based battle. This study … Continue reading

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Bavinck on Speech Acts and the Power of God’s Word | Reformation21

It seems as though some version of speech act theory–the rather simple but significant observation that we use words to do things–pokes out from under every stone in evangelical discussions of Scripture these days. This has been the case at … Continue reading

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The Shelf Life of an Idea | RZIM

Posted by Jill Carattini on November 5, 2014 The concept of “shelf life” has always intrigued me. It is an expression that describes exactly what it attempts to define. For instance, Twinkies have a shelf life of twenty-five days, after … Continue reading

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Of Science and Faith: Substance

In this series I am discussing a few key philosophical categories. Last time, I discussed epistemology. At the end of that discussion I brought up the idea that God is of a different stuff than the created world. The philosophical … Continue reading

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Of Science and Faith: How Do We Know?

Introduction It was said by theologians in the Middle Ages that philosophy is the handmaiden of theology. It is recognized that philosophy generated religious movements and Christian theology, in particular, was forged on the anvil of clashing philosophical movement. While … Continue reading

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Justified on the Reality of Christ in Us

We are justified by faith in Christ. But is that justification a mere legal fiction, as the Catholics object? Many look for the answer in the analogies of marriage and adoption. While these are good pictures, there is a more … Continue reading

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