Why do good people suffer?

This seems to be one of the most popular questions around Christianity. A quick search through religious pamphlets shows there’s no shortage of explanations: natural result of bad decisions, rotten luck (aka random chance), sometimes at the hand of bad people, the list goes on. In the Bible, especially the Old Testament (as God was … Continue reading Why do good people suffer?

(Reprised) Jesus’s Lineage – My FAVORITE Christmas Story. For real.

Yeah, I know everyone pretty much glosses over the “Jehoshaphat the father of Jehoram, Jehoram the father of Uzziah" stuff and so on. And why not, right? I mean, it’s pretty much like reading through an Old Testament phone book. BUT, when it comes to Jesus’s lineage, there’s actually a really awesome story in there. … Continue reading (Reprised) Jesus’s Lineage – My FAVORITE Christmas Story. For real.

The Atheists’ Faith, Part 4 (of 4)

In my prior post, I showed the inconsistencies in the notion that all life evolved from one single point, notably out of the sea. For the sake of argument, let's assume that it happened as the scientific explanation claims. As time passes, things get bigger, and eventually we end up with dinosaurs. That is, until … Continue reading The Atheists’ Faith, Part 4 (of 4)

The Atheists’ Faith, Part 3 (of 4)

In my prior post, I explained the unlikeliness (impossibility?) of simple, organic atoms randomly combining to get living DNA, and then the even more unlikelier leap to single-cell organisms. This week, the cells have to become lots of things. Assuming that our young Earth is filled with all different types of self-reproducing cells, and that … Continue reading The Atheists’ Faith, Part 3 (of 4)