Category Archives: Apologetics

Utter Your Voice

My feelings were hurt yesterday when a close friend told me I hated people who don’t live the way I think they should. This is, of course, the gentleman I have been sparring with for weeks through e-mail. It began as a … Continue reading

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Picking Through the Rubble

I was trading e-mails with an old friend the other day when, quite unintentionally, I declared myself to be “the supreme authority on the meaning of Scripture.” Really. That’s what he said.

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The Return of Scraps Grofsky

It’s been several months since I’ve heard from Scraps Grofsky. As the reader may remember, Scraps is the older, much more intelligent brother of my friend, Skids Grofsky. He has been known to send me long, angry e-mails that are … Continue reading

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Postmodernist’s Dilemma

I was all ready for a full-bore, knock-down-drag-out. The reason was that I was expecting a visit from Skids Grofsky. I still have no explanation for why the two of us are friends. All we do is argue about things … Continue reading

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The Paradox of Faith

A friend of mine has apparently abandoned his Christian faith and is embracing Judaism. He has begun learning Hebrew and is consuming all kinds of pro-Judaism apologetics. He is half Jewish by birth and is teaching his sons Hebrew and … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to a Critic

“The lady doth protest too much.”                  –William Shakespeare I had an e-mail dialogue not long ago with a person I admire. This person, who does not accept biblical authority,

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The New Tolerance

“I have seen great intolerance shown in support of tolerance.” –Samuel Taylor Coleridge Tolerance used to mean putting up with ideas, ways and practices that are foreign to us. It was the gentle person’s solution

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