the fact that you’re reading this proves that there’s a God

"I can't believe in God. There isn't enough evidence. If he would just broadcast his existence in the clouds, then maybe I'd believe." Versions of this objection to the existence of God are ubiquitous. This objection has the advantage of making the skeptic seem to be open-minded and scientific. "I just follow the evidence, and … Continue reading the fact that you’re reading this proves that there’s a God

oh, ricky

First, a quick life update. I'm currently in California catching some baseball games and also in my free time taking some classes at Talbot School of Theology beginning my long slog through the DMin process. It's been fun and challenging so far. I've learned so much about how truly dumb I am. It's been great! … Continue reading oh, ricky

a more effective apologetic?

Pascal said in Pensees: The heart has its reasons, which reason does not know...It is the heart which experiences God, and not the reason. This, then, is faith: God felt by the heart, not by reason. Time for a confession. I've always felt a tension at the heart of apologetics. Yes, I can make what I think … Continue reading a more effective apologetic?

a minimal facts approach to the resurrection

If the resurrection happened, nothing else matters. If the resurrection didn't happen, nothing at all matters. The whole world turns upon the audacious claim of the resurrection. There is simply no truth as critically important as the truth celebrated at Easter and on every Lord's Day. Without the physically embodied resurrection of Jesus from the … Continue reading a minimal facts approach to the resurrection