“Star Trek: Beyond”- A Christian perspective- Humanism, Unity, and Fear of the Unknown — J.W. Wartick -“Always Have a Reason”


Star Trek: Beyond has just released, and it is garnering critical praise. Full of special effects, the film has more heart and humor than might be expected. I quite enjoyed the movie. Here, I will discuss the movie from a Christian perspective. There will be SPOILERS for the film in what follows. Humanism One of the earliest scenes […]

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“Manual of Christian Evidences”- Fisher Chapter 3 Guided Reading — J.W. Wartick -“Always Have a Reason”


I am leading a guided reading of the Manual of Christian Evidences by George Park Fisher. It is freely available online and will serve as a base for discussing Christian apologetics throughout this series. The chapters are short and readable. I encourage you to join in by reading the chapters and commenting with your thoughts. When I […]

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Fundamentalist Atheism’s Dualism. — James Bishop’s Theology & Apologetics.


Atheists often try to portray science and faith as enemies, although many have shown that science requires faith to even operate, as I have here. For example, Richard Dawkins sees the whole world divided into opposing camps of reason (science) and superstition (religious faith). Dawkins routinely suggests that real scientists must be atheists, however priest and practicing […]

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Prayer in Uncertain Times — Martin Marprelate


Psalm 61:1-2. Hear my cry, O God; attend to my prayer. Frome the end of the earth I will cry to You, when my heart is overwhelmed. Lead me to the Rock that is higher than I.’ 2 Samuel 30:6. ‘But David strengthened himself in the LORD his God.’ The referendum is done and Britain […]

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Quantum Fluctuation as an Escape for Atheists, or Not. — James Bishop’s Theology & Apologetics.


The beginning of the physical universe via the Big Bang has always been a thorn in the flesh for atheists. And as a result atheists have come up with many alternatives to explain it away because, as atheist scientist Hawking once remarked, that “Many people do not like the idea that time has a beginning, […]

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“The Lord’s hidden servants” by J.C. Ryle — Tolle Lege


“There are some true Christians in the world of whom very little is known. The case of Joseph of Arimathea teaches this very plainly. Here is a man named among the friends of Christ, whose very name we never find elsewhere in the New Testament, and whose history, both before and after this crisis, is […]

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Quantum 69 —


There’s a lot packed into this one. Why not share it with a friend you think might like it too? Muhammed Ali Jan Crouch Problem Child? No Problem – Killing newborn babies a.k.a. “After-birth abortion” Catholic man sentenced to 3 months on a Baptist pew Generation Snowflake Going to Church extends your life Doomerangers W.H.O. Transgender and Denmark […]

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