Category: (Re)Considering Christianity (series)

(Re) Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 10

To see more posts in this series, please go to the series’ page. There I was in Texas, away from my parents and brother but with Mary and her family. Her family attended a local Presbyterian congregation and so I, with King James Bible in… Continue Reading “(Re) Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 10”

(Re) Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 9

To see more posts in this series, please go to the series’ page. “Only ONE BOOK…is necessary to critique any translation from ANY set of manuscripts, or any scholar who criticizes the AV.”[1] These are the words of the late Peter Ruckman, a guru of the King… Continue Reading “(Re) Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 9”

(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 7

To see more posts in this series, please go to the series’ page. Near the end of my sophomore year, the two floor leaders on my hall nominated me to become a floor leader for the beginning of my junior year. I interviewed for the… Continue Reading “(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 7”

(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 6

To see more posts in this series, please go to the series’ page. As the summer of 2002 came to an end it became time for me to head back to Pensacola for my sophomore year. This time instead of flying down my parents,… Continue Reading “(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 6”

(Re)Considering Christiany: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 5

The gifts he gave were that some would be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, some pastors and teachers (Ephesians 4:11) To see more posts in this series, please go to the series’ page. I took a variety of classes my freshman year at Pensacola Christian… Continue Reading “(Re)Considering Christiany: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 5”

(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 3

“God wants us to stop obsessing about the future and trust that He holds the future. We should put aside the passivity and the perfectionism and the question for perfect fulfillment and get on with our lives. God does not have a specific plan… Continue Reading “(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 3”

(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 2

“Outside of Christ there is no law, no hope, and no meaning.” – Ravi Zacharias.1 To see more posts in this series, please go to the series’ page. In part one to the introduction of this series “(Re)Considering Christianity” I discussed the earliest parts… Continue Reading “(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 2”

(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 1

“One cannot be truly educated without taking some interest in Christianity.”  – John Frame1 To see more posts in this series, please go to the series’ page. INTRODUCTION June 7, 1992. That was the day I prayed and asked Jesus to come into my… Continue Reading “(Re)Considering Christianity: A Skeptic Looks at the Christian Religion – Introduction, part 1”