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She published under her middle name; her first name was Nelle, Ellen backward in honor of her grandmother Ellen Finch

On this page you will be able to find She published under her middle name; her first name was Nelle, Ellen backward in honor of her grandmother Ellen Finch. Please make sure to leave a comment below if something is wrong or missing. Our staff will be more than happy to help you out. She […]

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IS TRUTH RELATIVE?

(A dialogue between Socrates and Protagoras) Protagoras: Truth is relative. It is only a matter of opinion. Socrates: You mean that truth is mere subjective opinion? Protagoras: Exactly. What is true for you is true for you, and what is true for me, is true for me. Truth is subjective. Socrates: Do you really mean […]

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An Abbreviated Philosophical Glossary

© 1998 by Bob and Gretchen Passantino absolute — That which is unconditioned, uncaused, not limited by anything outside itself. aesthetics — The philosophical category concerned with values other than moral; e.g., art, beauty, creativity, etc. agnosticism — Literally, “without knowledge.” Usually used to refer to someone who does not know if God exists. A “hard” agnostic says […]

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Facts About the Jesus Seminar and Founder Robert W. Funk

200 members; fewer than 40 published in the field; 74 contributed to The Five Gospels. No one is from a conservative school. Authenticity is determined on a sliding scale by means of color-coded voting beads. The Five Gospels is printed in colors to signify the results of the voting. Red type indicates passages “are considered by the Seminar to be […]

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Hot Thoughts

By Bob Passantino, ©Copyright 1989 by Bob Passantino. There’s a difference between a platitude and a “hot thought.” A platitude sounds nice, makes you feel good, and makes others think you know what you’re talking about. Example: “What’s meant to be, will be.” A “hot thought,” on the other hand, is a principle, often expressed […]

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A Fresh Agenda for Apologetics in the 21st Century

By John W. Morehead, ©Copyright 2004 by John W. Morehead Apologetics remains an important tool for the church in the new millennium. It is a discipline that helps in the proclamation of the gospel by concentrating on the presentation of answers to questions and clarifications about Christian belief. As Avery Dulles’ historical survey shows, in […]

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