It is true that beliefs do not necessarily equate to facts, but it is also true that facts can be believed in. For example, the fact that the Earth revolves around the sun is widely accepted because of empirical evidence and scientific research. Similarly, there is historical and archaeological evidence that supports the existence of the God of the Bible.
Keep in mind, the assertion that the Bible cannot be used as proof of its own claims is not entirely accurate. While the Bible may not be the only source of evidence, it contains historical accounts, eyewitness testimonies, and prophecies that have been fulfilled. The reliability and accuracy of these accounts have been verified through multiple sources, including non-Christian historians. So using the Bible to discuss the Bible is A-OK.
Lastly, the claim that the burden of proof lies solely with me, the person making the claim is not entirely accurate either. It is true that I am making a positive claim and have the responsibility to provide evidence to support it. However, when someone makes a negative claim, such as denying the existence of God, they also have the burden of proof to demonstrate that their claim is true. Since you came to my page to make your claim, I’ll wait for you to prove God’s non-existence.
I do understand that it is true that beliefs do not necessarily equate to facts, it is also true that facts can be believed in. The Bible contains historical and archaeological evidence that supports the existence of the God of the Bible, and denying this evidence requires one to meet the burden of proof for their negative claim.
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Tim from “A Frisch Perspective” did a critique of the Stephen Wolf book “The Case for Christian Nationalism”. Christian Nationalism has been a hot-button topic for a few weeks and it certainly needs to be discussed. I’ve linked Tim’s review and critique of the book here.
Jude 3 has been featured on this page before. I am very confused about the lack to Jude 3 in this ministry named “Jude 3”. It does seem like they’re not aware of their own confusing message. Though Beyonce has a large disc library, the song that was mentioned in the video was “Church girl“.
and by best I mean “at misrepresenting Christ and the Gospel”. Andy was on a podcast recently and I’d like you to check out the transcript or the audio Podcast. I will be addressing some of it, but not all of it today.