Christianity is rejected because of dislike rather than rational reasons

photo courtesy of Au Kirk via flickr.com
photo courtesy of Au Kirk via flickr.com

A few years ago I was running as a regular part of an exercise routine,  despite having injured both knees playing intramural sports in college.   After many instances in which I had severe, sharp knee pain, I went to the doctor to find the cause.  His examination showed that I had very little cartilage in my knees.  His solution to reduce my knee pains – stop running.

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An expert witness knows which questions to anticipate. So should the apologist.

Girls in Conversation - by University of Exeter

There are many situations in which a person knows they will be required to answer questions.

  • Students have exams.
  • Job seekers have interviews.
  • Presidential candidates have debates.
  • Head coaches have press conferences.
  • Witnesses have direct and cross examination.

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Break the Bubble of “Minding Your Own Business”

photo courtesy of Evan Leeson via flickr
photo courtesy of Evan Leeson via flickr

Several weeks ago, as I was walking from one location at work to another, I passed by a radio as the agitated DJ exclaimed, “What’s wrong with the world is, everybody mind your own business.”  I don’t know what issue he was addressing.  But the message I heard was, “Leave me alone!”

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