Apologist explains what any theist can, declares victory for his own pet theory.
Real arguments vs. pointed questions combined with incredulous tone.
Do we need reconciliation to God, while he doesn’t need reconciliation to us?
Dealing with this inconsistent triad can be hard!
Can someone with two natures be essentially immortal and die?
Can evangelical apologists answer the question “How can God die?”
Is there evidence for God’s existence?
I am plodding on with Plantinga’s Warranted Christian Belief, which I strongly recommend. He is committed to the Christian (and Jewish and Muslim) belief that not only that there is such a being as God, but also that we are able to address him in prayer, refer to him, think and talk about him, and […]
God is immortal. But Jesus died. Does it follow that Jesus is not God?
Dale writes: A self is being which is in principle capable of knowledge, intentional action, and interpersonal relationships. A god is commonly understood to be a sort of extraordinary self. In the Bible, the god Yahweh (a.k.a. “the LORD”) commands, forgives, controls history, predicts the future, occasionally appears in humanoid form, enters contracts with human […]
What is “classical” theism, and why is it controversial?