A blog post recently surfaced on social media that challenges the Van Tillian Apologists at the website, known as Choosing Hats, to answer this apparent puzzle.[acp footnote]1[/acp] The solution to the puzzle is quite simple, but the puzzle relies heavily on modal logic. As a Clarkian presuppositionalist, I’d like to humbly offer my response. Here […]
Written by Ben Russell Some Christians believe that God does not contain infinite knowledge. This is a reductio ad absurdum when it’s boiled down to its foundational axiom. A Hebrew and Greek word for “knowledge” is “daath” and “gnósis” which are both nouns. They render as applying theory to application. In the modern field of epistemology this is […]
For St. Patrick’s Day, we decided to post a funny but educational short video on bad analogies of the Trinity. Many well-meaning Christians(including St. Patrick) used analogies of the trinity that are not Biblical. In fact, some of these analogies have been used by cults and heretics. Enjoy!
Written by Jonathan Hilt “Free will” is a concept that is very unbiblical. The Bible is only a “free choice” doctrine. Their is a major difference between these two. Free will is an impossibility since we are bound by our human nature in this life. We do not have the nature of a bird, therefore […]