Tag Archives: agnosticism

You Can’t Use the Bible to Prove the Bible!

The Charge A common charge against Christians who appeal to the Bible in order to prove that the Bible is God’s Word is that they are “arguing in circle.” The accusation is common, but is it true? Do Christians “use the Bible to prove the Bible”? This question is necessary to ask in light of the accusation being made against… (more…)

Is God a “Failed Hypothesis”?

Philosophical Confusion Of all the meaningless statements that atheists make,[1] I think the most irritating among them is the claim that “God is a failed hypothesis.” It isn’t just the arrogance that fuels statements like this that I find irritating, it is also the fallacious nature of the proposition itself, for behind the statement are metaphysical presuppositions that the atheist… (more…)

Atheistic Arguments: Attacks on the Character of God (Pt.2)

[Continued from Part 1] II. The Argument from Insufficient Evidence against the Existence of God Another way in which I sought to deny the God of Scripture was by claiming that there simply wasn’t enough evidence to prove His existence. My argument ran something like this: Major Premise: If an all good, all powerful, and all knowing God exists, then… (more…)

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