Tag Archives: Anti-Religion

The Reason for God

Belief in an Age of Skepticism Author: Timothy Keller, Born September 23, 1950, founded and serves as Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. Pastor Keller has learned to connect with young urbanites successfully enough to have built a church … Continue reading

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UnChristian

What a New Generation Really Thinks About Christianity By Vin Sparks I was invited to see Christianity from the outside. The thought of it intrigued me, so I accepted the invitation – to read David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons. The … Continue reading

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No One is Tolerant

Not Even Those Who Are Supposed To Be By Vin Sparks It was several years ago, George W Bush was half way through his second term as President. It was time to retire the Bush-Chaney 2000 bumper sticker on my … Continue reading

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How the “Enlightened” Marginalize Christianity

Four “Self-Evident Truths” That Go Unchallenged By Vin Sparks Widespread among us is the assertion that religion may be the greatest enemy of peace in the world. Pointed to in particular are the major religious traditions and the exclusivity practiced … Continue reading

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