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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Friday, September 18, 2020

Do Miracles Violate the Laws of Nature?


 Atheists will commonly assert that miracles are impossible because they violate the laws of nature. But is that true?

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Naturalism and Evidentiary Standards


Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Belief, Certainty and the Meme of Atheism

What does it mean to know something? If an atheist is someone who lacks belief and is also an agnostic because they arent certain (i.e. dont know), then does that have any strange implications? 

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My conversation with Ozymandius Ramses II on Atheism and Burden of Proof


Sunday, September 13, 2020

Do We Disbelieve for the Same Reasons?


"If you think about why you dont believe in all other gods, then you'll know why I dont believe in your god. I just go one god further."


Is this objection from atheists meaningful? 

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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Responding to Common Young Earth Arguments

 


In this video I respond to some of the more common Young Earth Creationist arguments and objections. 

For more of my work on Genesis 1, you can find the collection here.

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Saturday, August 22, 2020

FREED BYTE - Are Claims Evidence?


In this episode I respond to Matt Dillahunty's position that claims are not evidence and show why it is not a true or even helpful epistemic truism to hold.

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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

A Historical-Grammatical and Polemical Reading of Genesis 1 - Genesis 1 as Temple Text

 

In this video I get to the heart of the paper  and show how the genre of Genesis account of creation is best understood as an ANE Temple Text and used used for a polemical purpose to glorify and exalt YHWH as the only true God and Creator. 

For more of my work on Genesis 1, you can find my collection here.

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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

A Historical-Grammatical and Polemical Reading of Genesis 1 - Distinctives of Genesis 1


In this short episode I discuss just some of the ways that the author of Genesis uses distinctives and differences to drive their polemical point. 

For more of my content dealing with Genesis 1, please visit my collection here.

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Monday, August 17, 2020

A Historical-Grammatical and Polemical Reading of Genesis 1 - Egyptian Context

I continue my paper dealing with a more robust historical understanding of Genesis 1 and explore why an Egyptian context is the most probable view given the various features of numerous texts and how this supports the polemical theology we observe in Genesis 1 and the rest of the Pentateuch.

For more of my work on Genesis 1, you can find my collection here.

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