So it's been a long time since my last post. I've actually been spending my writing time in the comments section of an earlier article I wrote titled Your God Sucks. It tends to pop up in people's search results when they type "god sucks" into their search engine, and although I didn't intend this when I first wrote the piece, it attracts the attention of a lot of people who are very angry at either God or Christians, or both.
Consequently, it's very important to me to address their complaints as best I can in the comments section of a blog, and so the time I'd normally spend writing a new blog post has instead been spent responding there. I've also been having a side conversation with one of my commenters on their blog. If you're interested, head over to the bottom of the Your God Sucks page to read what's been going on there over the past several months.
I do have a post on atheism that I've been cookin' up that hopefully I'll write within the next few weeks. Possibly another addition to my Christians Are Today's Pharisees series as well.
In the meantime, I'd like to recommend the book Why the Universe Is the Way It Is by Hugh Ross. I recently rediscovered it on my bookshelf and am enjoying reading through it again. It's a Christian astrophysicist's discussion about many scientific issues such as why the universe is billions of years old, why it's so vast if we're the only people in it, why the laws of death and decay exist, and even a discussion on the physics of the new creation. Very interesting stuff for a modern-day Christian to think about.
See you again soon!
Truth poorly defended is still truth;
Falsehood aptly defended it still false.