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Question from Perkins (Part 2)

In #All, Apologetics, Assisted Suicide, Atheism, Christianity, Euthanasia, Law & Gospel, Life After Death, Materialism, Morality & Ethics, Naturalism, Podcast, Reasoning, Salvation, Science, Skeptic by Brian Johnson

(Part 2 of 2) In this podcast all the directors of SD Apologetics answer a question received by someone eavesdropping on our conversation at Perkins. Afterward, we discuss some legislation coming up in 2017 for South Dakota on the issue of assisted suicide. Join Brian, Aaron, Matt, Peter and Justin as they discuss these topics at the very end of …

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Question from Perkins (Part 1)

In #All, Apologetics, Atheism, Christianity, Eavesdrop, Law & Gospel, Life After Death, Materialism, Morality & Ethics, Naturalism, Reasoning, Skeptic by Brian Johnson

(Part 1 of 2) In this podcast all the directors of SD Apologetics answer a question received by someone eavesdropping on our conversation at Perkins. Afterward, we discuss some legislation coming up in 2017 for South Dakota on the issue of assisted suicide. Join Brian, Aaron, Matt, Peter and Justin as they discuss these topics at the very end of …

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Interview With A Former Skeptic: 3 Important Lessons

In #All, Apologetics, Apologist, Christianity, External Source, Skeptic, Testimony by Brian Johnson

Here is a great article by Sean McDowell. You can view the original article here   A few years ago my family befriended another young family in our neighborhood. Our kids were the same ages, and we all had a lot in common, so it was a natural and enjoyable friendship. There was one big difference though—we were Christians and they …

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Can Free Will Be Explained By Natural Processes?

In #All, Apologetics, Atheism, Biology, Creation, External Source, Free Will, ID, Materialism, Naturalism, Science by Brian Johnson

If God does not exist then free will cannot exist. If, as it is in an atheistic worldview, we are just chemicals and physics then how do we get free will? Numerous high profile atheists recognize this problem and simply respond by saying the free will is nothing more than an illusion. This is the opinion of such atheists as …