Where people come from

Over at Evangelical Realism, we’re discussing the presuppositional argument for where people come from. Persons, it seems have to come from a personal god. Bears, however, don’t need to come from a bear god, or trees from a tree god, so there may be a bit of bias behind the notion that persons have to come from a Person god. And that’s not the least of Pastor Feinstein’s problems.

Enter the zingers

Over at Evangelical Realism we continue our review of Pastor Stephen Feinstein’s attempt to debate Russell Glasser on the topic of presuppositionalism. This week Pastor Feinstein delivers what he thinks are some devastating arguments against atheism, but maybe you have to be sitting in a church pew to understand what the zing is supposed to be. From here it just looks like he’s too wrapped up in his own presuppositions to understand what the other side is saying.

Christianity, atheism, and worldviews

Over at Evangelical Realism, we’re discussing Pastor Stephen Feinstein’s claims regarding Christianity, worldviews, and what he says are the inherent inconsistencies and irrationalities of the atheistic worldview (which according to Pastor Feinstein is a single, well-defined worldview with a distinct set of unique and identifiable properties). I expect some of you will enjoy that sort of thing. I know I do.