Category Archives: Apologetics

How (Not) To Be Secular (Book Review)

My wife and I used to frequent the local Barnes and Noble bookstore on our dates out on the town.  Instead of dinner and a movie, for a while it was dinner and a book.  Yeah, we’re a bit nerdy.  … Continue reading

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Refuting Compromise (Book Review)

“Let’s boxers fight in their weight class.”  That’s what I often want to tell folks who are studying a topic.  In order to maintain a fair argument, and not grant an unequal advantage to one side, it is so important … Continue reading

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Controversy of the Ages (Book Review)

Dangitbill readers know that a little while back I set out to study the topic of the age of the earth.  There are basically 3 logically possible positions (old, young, and eternal).  Only the first 2 are scientifically viable today … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at the Evidence (Book Review)

Now this is a novel idea: teach about God’s creation in small daily increments over the course of a year.  That is what Richard and Tina Kleiss (married couple who were both high school science teachers and now creation science … Continue reading

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Can We Even Know the Age of the Earth?

When it comes to the intersection of science and faith, this is a topic that I’ve been passionate about since my teen years.  But there is one aspect of this discussion that seems much less certain—the age of the earth.  … Continue reading

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Making Sense of God (Book Review)

When I first learned that Tim Keller would be writing a book on helping skeptics, doubters, and otherwise secular-minded people to begin “doubting their doubts” and give Christianity a second look, I determined to read it carefully.  You see, as … Continue reading

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Defeating Darwinism (Book Review)

Sometimes a specialized subject matter expert is actually not the most qualified person to critique a related idea.  Case in point: Who would you trust more for advice on a difficult end-of-life decision for a loved one?  A life support … Continue reading

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