Q&A: Denis Asks A Question About The Kalam Regarding Causality and Time
The Kalam Cosmological Argument

Q&A: Denis Asks A Question About The Kalam Regarding Causality and Time

I’d appreciate your comments.    1.     Whatever begins to exist has a cause;   2.     The universe began to exist;   Therefore:…
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Should We Not Use ANE Creation Texts To Understand Genesis?
Interpreting Genesis 1

Should We Not Use ANE Creation Texts To Understand Genesis?

Recently, I encountered an objection to The Cosmic Temple Inauguration interpretation of Genesis that I defend in my paper “Genesis…
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BOOK REVIEW “Answers To Giant Questions” by T.J. Steadman
Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEW “Answers To Giant Questions” by T.J. Steadman

Answers To Giant Question is an excellent work in biblical scholarship. If you’re a theology nerd like me who has…
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Q&A: Sin, Doubt, and Rationality
Christian Life Issues

Q&A: Sin, Doubt, and Rationality

Hey, Evan hope you are doing well. I wanted to ask your thoughts on this and this might be a stupid…
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Q&A: How Could The Angels Have Rebelled?
Angels and Demons The Divine Council

Q&A: How Could The Angels Have Rebelled?

Hello Mr. Minton I want to ask about a certain topic that’s been on my mind. A friend of mine…
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Q&A: Biblical Arguments Against The Soul?
The Afterlife The Soul

Q&A: Biblical Arguments Against The Soul?

Greetings Mr. Evan, Thank you for your work on your blog, which I visit a lot of times. I want…
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Q&A: Gay Genes and On What Is Unnatural
Uncategorized

Q&A: Gay Genes and On What Is Unnatural

Hi Mr. Evan! Thank you for your answer to my question last time! I was really troubled by it and…
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Q&A: On The Relationship Between Outside Nature Forming Features and Libertarian Free Will
Molinism

Q&A: On The Relationship Between Outside Nature Forming Features and Libertarian Free Will

Hello Mr. Minton Thank you so much again! If you don’t mind, I have another question. This has nothing to…
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