Are Christians Prewired To Believe The Bible?

Let’s start by agreeing the biggest variables in whether or not a person is a Christian, Muslim or Hindu is the religion of his/her parents and country of birth.  The easiest path is to follow the religion of birth, it’s harder to leave it. I was reminded of this today when reading an “analysis” of the pagan faith done by a Christian.  The jist of…
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Will Press Ask The Obvious Questions?? (No)

Several of the Republican candidates said God asked them to run, or, left the impression He wanted them to run. Now, in the closing days of the Iowa Primary Caucus, several of those whom God wanted in the race are losing, or, so it appears.  Is it not rational to wonder why God asked them to…
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Political Views That Astound Me.

Every once in a while, I’m stunned by another’s political views.  That’s when I hear or read views are so far from mine I can’t quite comprehend how someone could think that way.  I’m aware, of course, my views are equally baffling to some others. Such views are on Worldmag.com and were submitted by someone named D. C.…
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The Division Within Secular Thought

Within secular thought, which we can call atheism for simplicity, is a large schism which limits its growth.  With numbers as small as they are, this split is more limiting to atheism than differences among Christians are to the faith. While I’m not sure I can accurately describe the factions in atheism, I’ll start by saying…
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The Christian Political Blindspot.

A common theme of some Christians when they engage in U. S. politics is to say, “Christans are the majority.”   And, so there should be prayer in schools, Ten Commandments in the town square and so on. The Christian brand is on other political ideas.  Just now it is Iran. Bombing Iran is popular with the Christian Republican…
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