Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Featured Website: Wintery Knight Blog

The Wintery Knight blog is a nice fusion of apologetics and the public square. A number of posts are very interesting and helpful. Here I point out a few.

Analyzing Christopher Hitchens’ case against God
How to talk to your co-workers about your faith
Answering Richard Dawkins’ question: “Who made God?”
Why doesn’t God provide more evidence that he exists?



Mark Lefers said...

A word of caution regarding the website. It contains a lot of far right posts: Rush Limbaugh type politics, denies global warming, intelligent desing, etc. There might be a couple gems here and there, but I always find it hard to tell the difference. Thanks for keeping your blog more or less on topic - except for the ID posts, which we'll probably always disagree :)

winteryknight said...

As I explain many times, I believe that liberty is essential for living out the Christian life.

I also agree with the Nobel prize winner in economics, F.A. Hayek, who wrote in "The Road to Serfdom" that free market capitalism is the ground for all of our liberties.

I write about Christianity on my blog, but I also explain the public policies that allow the faith to be publicly expressed. Not just in free speech, but in life choices.

Being a Christian is much harder in a Siberian Gulag. I want it to be easy!

Wintery Knight

BubbaCoop said...

"denies global warming, intelligent desing"

Well, it IS linked from an apologetics website, which I equate with a biblical worldview. A biblical worldview REQUIRES intelligent design, adding the identity of the designer. A biblical worldview leads to a proper understand of alleged global warming (or in the case of the last 10 years, cooling) in light of Noah's global flood, the single recent ice age, and Revelations, which tells us humanity can't put an end to the world because God will do it Himself.

Jeremiah Duomai said...

I don't think biblical worldview requires a believer to argue for an Intelligent Designer via 'irreducible complexity'. I also think the correct biblical view is that God will make new heaven and new earth using the old... not destroy the old world and make a new one from nothing.

BubbaCoop said...

I never said anything irreducible complexity. I said a Biblical worldview requires intelligent design. To deny that fact would require either that God did not create, or that God is not intelligent.

Nor did I say the world would be "destroyed". I said "ended".

But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.

Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, because the first heaven and the first earth had disappeared, and the sea was gone.

Unknown said...

@ Mark Lefers

"A word of caution regarding the website. It contains a lot of far right posts: Rush Limbaugh type politics, denies global warming, intelligent desing, etc."

It's a Christian blog. Which thing he's said there is inconsistent with the Bible. Provide your evidence.

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