So, as promised here’s my reading list linked to the Urban subversive Fulfilment project. Some of these I’ve read already and to be honest I’m not sure if I’ll get through everything here but going to give it a good try! Thanks to people like @Litabny and Mark Pickett for their recommendations. Continue reading
– Why I can call God “Father”
– Who is Jesus – his divine identity
– Why did God the Son come to earth?
– How can I know that God really is Love? Continue reading
I want to say a few words now about how our Doctrine of Creation and the Fall affects our approach to Apologetics.
Creation reveals God and leaves us without excuse
This theme is picked up particularly by the Apostle Paul in Acts 14, Acts 17 and Romans 1. In Acts 14, Paul and Barnabas pray for a man to be healed and in response to this miracle, the locals are about to worship them as gods. Continue reading
So, here’s the thing. A few people saw this interview Jordan Peterson interview and began highlighting it as a great example of how to do battle with hostile, sceptical people who misunderstand you, sometimes wilfully.
I watched the interview and my reaction was. Continue reading
When David committed adultery with Bathsheba and had her husband murdered, he thought he had got away with it but God saw and God was not pleased. In 2 Samuel 12, God sends the prophet Nathan to pronounce judgement. David repents (you can read his confession in Psalm 51). God forgives David, his life is spared. However, he is told:
The case for evolution is based on looking at the data and evidence provided within the Universe. The argument is that what we observe about the age of the earth, solar system and galaxies, along with the patterns we can observe in the fossil record, point to gradual evolution over time.
However, it is worth remembering that this case is based on one interpretation of the data presented. Others have taken time to look at the data and to challenge the case for evolution. The basis for the challenge is that the data is not always consistent with evolutionary theory and that another narrative, such as Biblical Creation, may provide a better fit with the evidence.
We can identify the following challenges to evolutionary theory. Continue reading