Monthly Archives: October 2010

Thirst Quenchin’

[I just read a super Blog post by my friend, Stan  Rodda, the Campus Pastor for our church’s Haymarket Campus.  It is one of those articles that makes you consider anew something precious that we neglect to appreciate and simply … Continue reading

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Words Matter

[One of my all time favorite movie scenes is the one in A Christmas Story when little Ralphie Parker, while helping his father change a flat tire, spills the lug nuts.  The dialoge and narration went like this: Ralphie: Oooh … Continue reading

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The Origin and Meaning of Time

[The following is a rather lengthy but thoroughly worthwhile article by Joe Boot, a Christian evangelist and apologist who ministers with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) in Canada.   I learned of RZIM through the apologetics course I’m taking at our church.  Our … Continue reading

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A Saint’s Life Apologetic

I just finished the second session of a study of Christian apologetics being offered by our church. I love the way I’m being challenged to understand the rational basis of my faith and taught the way to share it with … Continue reading

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Stephen Hawking and God

Stephen Hawking has allegedly put debate about the “God myth” to rest.  In Hawking’s new book, The Grand Design, co-authored with Caltech physicist Leonard Mlodinow, he challenges belief in the divine creation of the universe.  According to the book, the laws of … Continue reading

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