Is Jesus’ Resurrection Too Improbable? A Response To Bart Ehrman and David Hume.
Jesus’ Resurrection

Is Jesus’ Resurrection Too Improbable? A Response To Bart Ehrman and David Hume.

Back in 2018, I wrote a blog post series defending the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection. The blog post series was…
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Controversy On Facebook, My Plans For The Future, and An Open Letter To Habermas and Licona
Jesus’ Resurrection

Controversy On Facebook, My Plans For The Future, and An Open Letter To Habermas and Licona

This may be one of the most transparent articles I’ve ever written. Recently, I made a post on the Cerebral…
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Response To Richard Averbeck’s Critiques Of “The Lost World Of Adam and Eve”
Adam and Eve Creation and Evolution Interpreting Genesis 1

Response To Richard Averbeck’s Critiques Of “The Lost World Of Adam and Eve”

A while back, in preparing a video collaboration with my friend and fellow YouTuber, Zach Miller, I read some critics…
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Responding To Jacques B Doukhan’s Critique Of “Genesis 1 As Ancient Cosmology”
Interpreting Genesis 1

Responding To Jacques B Doukhan’s Critique Of “Genesis 1 As Ancient Cosmology”

I am one of those who thinks that The Cosmic Temple Inaguration view of Genesis 1 is correct. This view…
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Responding To Tsumura on “Genesis 1 As Ancient Cosmology”
Interpreting Genesis 1

Responding To Tsumura on “Genesis 1 As Ancient Cosmology”

I am someone who favors the Functional Origins/Cosmic Temple Inauguration interpretation of Genesis 1. This view is prominently defended by…
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Response To Noel Week’s Critique Of “The Lost World Of Genesis One”
Interpreting Genesis 1

Response To Noel Week’s Critique Of “The Lost World Of Genesis One”

I am one who fully endorses what I like to call The Cosmic Temple Inauguration interpretation of Genesis 1. Although…
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Cerebral Faith Blog Series You Should Read

When I want to go really, really in depth on a given topic; I do one of two things; (1)…
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Q&A: A New Approach To Arguing That The Bible Is Pro Slavery
Criticisms Of God’s Moral Character

Q&A: A New Approach To Arguing That The Bible Is Pro Slavery

A Roman Stoic philosopher named Dio Chrysostom (40-115 AD) explicitly condemned slavery in his 15th discourse “On Slavery and Freedom…
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