Tag Archives: apologetics

Apologetics: Loaded Questions and Unproven Assumptions

BlackCalvinist/ July 27, 2012/ Featured Articles

A bit of an expansion to one of my recent Facebook posts regarding the whole Chic-Fil-A/Dan Cathy’s statement issue (for those living under a rock, read here: http://www.bpnews.net/BPnews.asp?ID=38271 and here: http://www.cnn.com/2012/07/27/us/chick-fil-a-controversy/index.html ). “Why are you discriminating against gays ?” “Why do you hate women and don’t want them to exercise their right to choice ?” These are loaded questions. “When will you

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Q&A Time

BlackCalvinist/ July 10, 2010/ Got Questions ?, New Stuff/ 1 comments

Hey folks! 🙂 I’ll be doing an extended Q&A session over the next few months related to apologetics and theology. So all you folks with questions on different aspects of Christianity (theology, morals and ethics, apparent bible contradictions, logic, etc…)… feel free to drop them off here: http://theologicallycorrect.com/feedback . No questions’ ‘too hard’. :)  Truth isn’t afraid of questions. The

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