“I’m an Atheist, but so are you. You don’t believe in Zeus, Apollo or Horus. I just believe in one less God than you.” How would you respond to this common objection to Christianity?
Quick Challenge Answer: There Is No Evidence For God. If someone makes this claim, the first thing you need to do is establish some ground rules for your reply. What does the other person consider “evidence”? What are they willing to accept as “evidence”? Get clarification on this point prior to giving your argument for God. Without this safeguard Continue Reading
In this Episode, Drew and David discuss the Christmas narratives in Matthew and Luke. Listen to our Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher. Look for new Episodes every Tuesday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform? Email usand we will add them to our distribution list. You can also listen directly from the side bar on Continue Reading
Christmas 2018 Hello, and Merry Christmas from everyone at Tent Making Christianity! I just wanted to take a few minutes and thank each and every one of you that has read our blogs, listened to our podcasts and commented on our Facebook page over the last two months. I could never have anticipated the warm welcome this Continue Reading
Put aside Devine inspiration for a moment. All books are written by humans. Does this mean they are untrustworthy? No, it doesn’t. Science books are also written by men. And while a science book may have an error in it that the original author did not intend, we do not consider the book unreliable because we find a spelling Continue Reading
Jury duty taught me an important lesson about evidence recently. If you’ve been following me on social media, you know I have been serving on a jury for the better part of the last two weeks. I have heard some horror stories about serving on a jury. My experience was just the opposite. I met some truly Continue Reading
This weeks quick challenge question was: We should doubt everything. I’ve heard many people including pastors use this argument in the past to dismiss ideas that they don’t agree with. Being skeptical is good, therefore we should always doubt everything we believe. This statement is self defeating however. Should I doubt that I should doubt Continue Reading