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The Kalam Cosmological Argument NOT Debunked

By Evan Minton I discovered a YouTuber called "Rationality Rules" very recently. One of his many videos is "The Kalam Cosmological Argument Debunked - (First Cause Argument Refuted)" which you can watch here. One of my patrons brought this video to my attention and requested that I respond to it, so here we go. For the uninitiated, The Kalam Cosmological Argument is formulated as follows: 1: Whatever begins to exist has a cause. 2: The universe began to exist. 3: Therefore,...

How Can God be Sovereign over Evil and not Morally Culpable for It

By Ryan Leasure It‚Äôs not uncommon to hear those in the non-Reformed tradition make the claim that Reformed belief necessarily makes God blameworthy for evil. After all, if God has sovereignly decreed everything whatsoever to come to pass ‚ÄĒ including evil ‚ÄĒ how is he not morally culpable for it? It‚Äôs certainly a good question, but as I‚Äôll try to point out, it‚Äôs one that misunderstands the Reformed view. I believe that when we evaluate Scripture, we find a God...

Who Made God A Cosmological Argument for Kids

By Mikel Del Rosario Who Made God? Here‚Äôs a Simple Answer Watching Phil Vischer‚Äôs Jelly Telly show with my little boy reminded me that accessible apologetics training¬†is for kids, too!¬†One day after church, we sat down to watch a little clip online. There was a puppet newscaster¬†hosting a segment called ‚ÄúBuck Denver‚Äôs Mail Bag.‚ÄĚ At first, I wasn‚Äôt too excited about it. But then,¬†Buck said that an 11-year old boy asked this question: ‚ÄúWho¬†made God?‚Ä̬†My ears perked up and began...

Desire and God Should I Always Do What I Feel

By Robby Hall The debate over homosexual behavior has taken many surprising turns. The national debate has involved a Fast Food franchise and a maker of Duck Calls.  It has involved extremes from Fred Phelps and his clan to groups like GLAAD comparing the whole thing to the civil rights movement of the mid-20th century. What is missing from all of this is honest discourse.   And what is missing from those who tell us that what they are doing is...

Transcending Spiritual Gymnastics

By Nathan Howe ‚ÄúSpiritual‚ÄĚ people, specifically non-believers, can have some pretty comical explanations of the supernatural as they come out of Atheism. Coming from a perspective that attributes no part of existence by any Spiritual guidance or conscious force, is a horrible building block to start learning about spirituality. Truly, the case consists of individuals who fight tooth and nail to believe that existence is a freak accident, then turn right around and contribute omnipotent characteristics to things like, Nature,...

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