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March 31, 2015
The role of evidence in the Christian faith (Part 5)

This is a continuation of the last post. We're examining biblical passages that demonstrate the following six patterns in how God works to provide evidence for our faith in him. The six patterns are: 1. God provides evidence whenever he asks us to believe something, especially when he does something new.  2. God expects us […]

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March 23, 2015
The role of evidence in the Christian faith (Part 4)

This is a continuation of the last post. We're examining biblical passages that demonstrate the following six patterns in how God works to provide evidence for our faith in him. The six patterns are: 1. God provides evidence whenever he asks us to believe something, especially when he does something new.  2. God expects us […]

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March 16, 2015
The role of evidence in the Christian faith (Part 3)

In the last post I introduced six patterns for how God worked in the Bible to provide evidence for our faith in him. They were: 1. God provides evidence whenever he asks us to believe something, especially when he does something new.  2. God expects us to test and verify the evidence he provides.  3. […]

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March 10, 2015
The role of evidence in the Christian faith (Part 2)

In my previous post, I said that the Christian faith is based on evidence, and that this is how God has always worked in the Bible. In fact, by closely examining the biblical text, we can discern some clear, detailed patterns for how God interacts with us when he calls for us to have faith. […]

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March 3, 2015
The role of evidence in the Christian faith (Part 1)

What is faith? How is it conceptualized in Christianity? In certain circles, it has somehow become popular to think that "faith is believing in something without evidence". That... is just wrong. That is manifestly not what the Bible teaches, nor is it anything that any thinking Christian has claimed. In fact, a Google search of […]

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