Have you ever heard an argument against the existence of God that you were almost persuaded by? Have you seen something in the bible that didn’t sit right with you and you’ve wondered what the explanation for it was? Well now is your chance to ask those questions and have them answered. For the remainder of the year I’d like to answer your questions. So don’t be shy ask away. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Christian or not, the more the merrier. If the question requires a longer answer then it is possible that the answering of that question will be broken up into parts to create a series of articles.
This is something I’ve wanted to do for some time now and am excited to see what questions reside within the hearts and minds of our readers. These questions can be anything and everything that give you pause about God or the Christian faith in general. Just email your questions to email@example.com or you can find our Facebook page here and message your question to us. Peace and blessings and as always thank you for reading.
My question: where is my reasoning flawed? Only.. I don’t know.. maybe 20 paragraphs, when including the “primer”. Not too much reading to do.
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Loius, I am authentically interested in having this dialogue with you and would love to converse with you on some of what I am seeing. That being said, I feel that this dialogue would best be had if it was something had in private via email. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org at your discretion so that I have your email and we can begin a correspondence. Peace and blessings.
I appreciate your response. But, I’d prefer to keep the conversation public, as it tends to produce better results. The choice is yours.
I’ve found that public discourse generally leads to chest beating and posturing. Private discourse will do, especially since I think some of what is occurring with you is stemmed in something far more elemental than philosophical errors (of which I will admirably say there are not many, and those that exist are minuscule or nit picky).
And I’ve found that people have a harder time self-deceiving, when a larger audience is present. As I said, the choice is yours.
An email will do, thank you.