BOOK REVIEW: “Inspiration and Incarnation” by Peter Enns
Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEW: “Inspiration and Incarnation” by Peter Enns

Peter Enns’ “Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and The Problem Of The Old Testament” is a much needed book. I have…
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Q&A: The Prior Probability Of Theism
Arguments For God’s Existence Other Atheist Criticisms

Q&A: The Prior Probability Of Theism

( Hello Mr. Minton, this is an email that I sent you at Mon,Mar 15, 3:54 PM. It has been…
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Revision To The Three Circles Model?
Molinism The Problem of Evil

Revision To The Three Circles Model?

Over the course of 40 comments, I’ve had a stimulating conversation with a Sam Burke in the comment section of…
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Q&A: Why so sAd Hominem?
Christian Life Issues Christian Witnessing Promoting Civil Discourse Between YECs, OECs, and ECs

Q&A: Why so sAd Hominem?

I’m unsure if my first emil was sent so I am typing a simplified version of it. I am asking…
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Q&A: Things We Can’t Control?
Molinism

Q&A: Things We Can’t Control?

Dear Mr. Minton,I hope you received this email well. There’s this question that has been on my mind for some…
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Why I’m Going Back To Physical Books
Uncategorized

Why I’m Going Back To Physical Books

Four years ago, I wrote a book called “5 Reasons Why I’m A Kindle Guy Now” and in it, I…
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Q&A: Turning The Dollar To A Million
Christian Life Issues Christian Witnessing

Q&A: Turning The Dollar To A Million

Hello Mr.Minton, I hope you’re well. I believe there is a quote that is featured in some of your articles…
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Q&A: The Miraculous and The Efficacy Of Arguments
Christian Witnessing Other Atheist Criticisms

Q&A: The Miraculous and The Efficacy Of Arguments

Straight to the questions.This initial group is about an atheist claim. Not a familiar one. Essentially, the atheist asks for evidence for God and the Christian then goes on to give arguments for God. The atheist then…
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