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Three Competing Theories About the Godhead

In a previous post I discussed a way to classify what I am calling “theories about the Godhead.” The term “Godhead” refers to God himself—who God is in God’s own nature. And the term “theory” refers to an explanation for why Christians experience God in a threefold way in New Testament salvation. In this post… Continue reading Three Competing Theories About the Godhead

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Parodies and Counterexamples

In a previous post we looked at reductio ad absurdum arguments. These arguments allow us to assume a premise is true, derive a contradiction, and then assert that our original assumption was false. In that post I shared an extended example of St. Anselm’s famous ontological argument formulated as a reductio ad absurdum argument. Assuming… Continue reading Parodies and Counterexamples