Monthly Archives: November 2014

107. Why people easily Reject the Existence of God with Little Evidence.

Originally posted on THINKAPOLOGETICS.COM:
Here is William Lane Craig’s response to a relevant issue. I also have noted that there are 6 things that impact discussions on the existence of God. 1. Proofs and evidence are person-relative. While one…

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106 Did God create all nations out of one blood, or one man? (Acts 17:26)

Sometimes there are differences that present as possibly challenging a crucial Biblical truth. Did God create all nations out of one blood, or one man? We should study every difference thoroughly to get to the bottom of the cause for … Continue reading

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105 Was Paul “a baby” or “gentle” among the Thessalonians?

105. Babes or gentle 1Thes. 2:7 In 1 Thessalonians 2:6 – 7 Paul stresses his and his fellow apostles’ position towards the congregation in the form of a couplet. In a couplet the second sentence accentuates the first. But in … Continue reading

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104. The Earliest Manuscript of Paul’s Letters, Papyrus 46

Some Notes on the Earliest Manuscript of Paul’s Letters This is a copy of an interesting post by Prof. Dan Wallis. His blog is at: www. Posted by Daniel B. Wallace on 8 June 2013 in Bible Translation, CSNTM, Early Christianity, … Continue reading

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