Monthly Archives: May 2010

Faulty Dilemma: Gays Are Either Born Gay or They Choose It

The caller to my radio program said: “I was born gay.” I said, “No, you weren’t.” He said, “Yes, I was.” I said, “No, you weren’t.” He said, Yes, I was.” I said, “No you weren’t.” He then asked, “But … Continue reading

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Don’t Be a Stupid Weakling: Listen to Advice

Last week on our Biola Apologetics Facebook page, Alfonso agreed that apologists must be humble but added that, hopefully, the mere giving of advice wouldn’t be immediately discredited as a sign of arrogance. Indeed. And this brings up a much … Continue reading

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Humble Apologist?

There are some famous oxymorons. Military intelligence and honest politician come immediately to mind. And perhaps Hyundai sports car. But there is in the minds of many, I’m sorry to say, another: humble apologist. Over the years I’ve found that … Continue reading

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