Statement of Faith
Authenticity of the NT
Authenticity of the OT
Various Peripheral Articles in History, Philosophy, and Logic
Logistics of the Exodus
Authenticity of Early Post-Apostolic Christian Literature
Books left out of the Bible ("banned" books)
Do We Have the Original Text of the Bible?
Is the Gospel of Judas a reliable source?
Pauline vs "original" Christianity
First Century Judea
Who was Jesus Christ?
Chronology of the life of Christ
Why was Jesus baptized?
Is Musonius Rufus a better example than Jesus?
A Harmony of the Birth Narratives
Daniel's Seventy Sevens
Was Paul a Gnostic?
Was Paul a liar?
Does the Bible teach Inerrancy?
Expectancy of the parousia before 70
Homosexuality and the Bible
Fornication and the Bible
Does the New Testament teach adoptionism?
Does the New Testament teach docetism?
Nature of God
Divine simplicity and God
Free Will vs Omniscience
Can God have a will if he's omniscient and omnipotent?
What existed before God?
If God is perfectly holy and there is ultimately no power other than He, how can sin exist? Who created it? Doesn't it mean God wills people into Hell?
Can God make a rock so heavy not even He can lift?
Does God change His mind?
Could Jesus/God have sinned?
The Problem of Evil
The Euthyphro Dilemma
Do the Ends justify the Means?
Can non-religious people be moral?
Are tests from God (including the Tree of Knowledge in Eden) entrapment?
Was Jesus' death a violation of God's ban on human sacrifice and therefore illegal and/or inconsistent? Was it legal per God's various requirements for sacrifice?
Does God want the hellbound to go to Hell (justice) or want them to be saved (mercy)?
How can finite sins entail infinite punishment?
Is it fair that the hellbound are punished when they never knew the crime (sin) or weight of the penalty (Hell)?
Are believers religious simply to get rewards like Heaven?
Why doesn't God prove His existence to everyone with miracles today?
Are Christians inconsistent in their definition of God?
Can we truly love God whom we haven't seen?
Why doesn't God simply forgive without the need of sacrifice?
Why don't we see miracles today?
If God is completely holy, how could Jesus have a "filthy" human nature?
If Jesus rose back from the dead, did he truly die for our sins?
We didn't choose to be born or placed under God's commands, have no say or choice in them, so why follow it like a dictatorship?
Does the Bible uniformly present a consistent picture of the personality and character of God?
Why did God make the hellbound?
Why did God make a world He knew would have sin and suffering?
Why does God need everyone to worship Him? Is He that insecure and vain that he made the world for this purpose?
What if the Bible was written by Satan and our conscience is a trick to send us to Hell?
How can we truly understand and worship God if He's infinite and we're finite?
If God is infinite, how is there room for us?
How is our will free if it's created? How does it work freely if it needs us/the laws of nature to "enact" itself?
How can Jesus be both fully human and fully divine?
Science vs Religion: faith or reason?
Did man make God in his image? (Anthropomorphic features of God discussed)
Isn't free will a biological illusion?
Can extraterrestrial life exist biblically?
Does the multiverse/Quantum Mechanics many-worlds interpretation refute the uniqueness of our world, us, and therefore theological consistency?
Faith vs Works
What happens to those who never heard the Gospel?
Why don't Christians follow all Old Testament laws? Is this relative morality?
Why do I need religion? Why can't I just be spiritual?
Why can't fallen angels be saved?
If Jesus is God, does that make his achievements less important and his death less relevant?
Are believers religious simply because they're afraid of the responsibility of being alone in the world, without a "dad in the sky", and of not existing after they die?
Should religious parents "indoctrinate" their kids with religion or let them choose as they grow up?
Religions were made for profit and to control others
Organized religion is compulsive, egotistical, and dying