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CrossBut sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear. 1 Peter 3:15 Are you ready to reasonably and logically defend your faith? This web site is devoted to interesting logical arguments about faith that involve information and computation in terms of mathematics, languages, history, science, technology, etc. Bottom line: Love God and love neighbor (as yourself)! Both are needed! more...
Matthew 4:1-11, 6:13: Examining evil temptations Some use the Latin-based word "temptation" to introduce modern secular psychology ideas as Bible doctrine. The Greek word is related to the word for "pirate" and means an "examination" where the deceiver uses information that the person believes to be true to deceive that person. Ironically, using "temptation" as to what people believe it to mean does in fact, "lead us into temptation". more...
Romans 8: Battle cry separation for the love of Christ (part 2) Some will boldly claim from Romans 8 that "Nothing can separate us from the love of Christ". Three requirements of Aristotle for identifying false reasoning can be accomplished here. It can be demonstrated that this is not what Paul is saying. It can be logically argued that this is not what Paul is saying. And it can be shown why this deceptive claim appears to be valid. more...
Eristic reasoning creates strife and contention Aristotle defines "eristic" reasoning as a non-logical reasoning that seeks to win an argument in the eyes of others rather than be a search for the truth. Paul uses this word often in writing to Greek audiences. The KJV (King James Version) translates this word as "strife" whose modern meaning may not capture the original meaning. more...
  • 2 Peter 2: Déjà vu all over again
  • Matthew 6: The missing part worked out for the birds
  • Matthew 6: Seek to eat , drink and be married to Jesus
  • Back to being idle at school
  • Luke 19: A short discussion on stature

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