Know What You Believe and Why You Believe It

Does God Exist? Part One In today’s skeptical, relativistic world, embracing any “truth claim” or “moral absolute” is acceptable only if they remain personal and does not infringe on another person’s beliefs or sensitivities. Allowing the public display of the Ten Commandments or permitting Christmas mangers scenes featuring the baby Jesus are now considered offensive to many atheists and agnostics. There has even been a massive secular outcry to disallow the greeting, “Merry Christmas” around the month of December.  Critics argue we should replace it with a more sensitive, multicultural greeting such as, “Happy Holidays”. Is it really the idea of a Christmas greeting card or a plastic doll posing […]

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