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Did Jesus Exist Part II

posted by rgaffney

In the last article I introduced the new problem of defending the historicity of Jesus the man. And spent time “setting the goalposts” in such a way that there will be no room for wiggling away from what the evidence […]

Did Jesus Even Exist?

posted by rgaffney

The answer is “Of course he did, don’t be silly” Nonetheless it’s become popular for semi-learned skeptics to deny even the historical existence of Jesus, just for fun. I say “just for fun” because it’s not important in their mind […]

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posted by rgaffney

Note: This is Part 4 is a series on Santa Clause. If you are reading through the archives you will want to Start with Part 1, and then read 2, and 3 before this one. In the last three posts […]

Books

posted by rgaffney

Today as I was unpacking my books to shelve them in my new home I came across an oddity. It was a 1,000 page full A+ Certification Guide for the “New and Updated” 1998 exam. A+, in case you don’t […]

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posted 12:19:45pm Mar. 17, 2014 | read full post »

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posted 8:23:00pm Mar. 12, 2014 | read full post »

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posted 7:19:00pm Mar. 05, 2014 | read full post »

Eternal Influence
A little under 1000 years ago in Italy there lived a man named Giovanni de Bernadone, but his friends call him Francis.  Francis was a Christ follower, and if her were here today he would be the first to tell you that he didn’t understand completely what that means. But he lived his life in p

posted 2:42:42am Oct. 03, 2013 | read full post »

In Plain Sight
Earlier this week I wrote on awareness. I wasn’t terribly nice to the awareness industry. I beat up on it, I asked hard questions of it. I did it for a reason. A while back an old friend by the name of David sent me a message about a sex trafficking documentary he wanted me to raise awaren

posted 2:16:47pm Sep. 20, 2013 | read full post »


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