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 Origin and Limitation of the Satisfaction Theory of the Atonement:
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 Freud’s Critique of Religion
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 Did Luther Get It Wrong? Most Major Contemporary Pauline Scholars Say “Yes”
 Was the Tower of Babel a Ziggurat?
 Dikaiosyne Theou (The Righteousness of God) in Contemporary Biblical Scholarship
 The “Born Again” Narrative in John 3: An Aramaic Impossibility? Well, No!
 Who or What is God?
 Lord, Bless My Enemies (An Incredible Prayer of St. Nikolai of Ochrid)
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 Richard J. Bauckham on The Relatives of Jesus
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 Dr. Martin Hengel on the Historical Reliability of the Gospels
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 Bart Ehrman’s Lost Christianities: A Critique (Part I)
 G. W. F. Hegel’s Paradigmatic Revolution: Outline and Critique
 Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem: The Most Important Mathematical Theorem in the Twentieth Century
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 Fibonacci, Fractals, and Inorganic Teleology
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Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem: The Most Important Mathematical Theorem in the Twentieth Century
Below is a photo the late mathematical genius Kurt Gödel (left) with Albert Einstein. Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem was the most important mathematical theorem in the twentieth century (its significance is explained in simple terms below). Among other things, Gödel’s theorem … Continue reading
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Fibonacci, Fractals, and Inorganic Teleology
Among the most philosophically challenging scientific data of the last half century are those relating to the physical constants of the universe (listed below) which allow it to be a cosmos instead of utterly disordered chaos. These constants were “finely … Continue reading