Why Jesus’ Resurrection is Not Borrowed from Pagan Myths

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Skeptics will argue that Jesus’ resurrection is just one more instance of the dying-and-rising-god motif prevalent in the religions of the ancient Near East. The Scottish social anthropologist James Frazer popularized this motif in his 1890 book The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion. The idea continued in modern skeptic circles, as the popular film Zeitgeist has shown. Skeptics …

The Consequences of Polygamy

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Defenders of traditional marriage argue that redefining marriage to include same-sex unions undermines marital permanency (lifelong union) and exclusivity (only one spouse). If biological sex doesn’t matter, they argue, then why should duration and number? This is called a reductio ad absurdum argument. It attempts to show the absurd conclusions that legal recognition of same-sex marriage logically leads to, namely, …

Here’s Why You Can Be Sure that Paul Believed in the Eucharist

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Catholics believe the Eucharist is Jesus, literally. But does this belief have apostolic origins? St. Paul, an apostle, wrote vividly about the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, so I believe it does. Paul talks about the Eucharist in 1 Corinthians 10:16-21 and 1 Corinthians 11:27-30. These passages show that Paul was Catholic in his belief. Participating in what is real Let’s start with …

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With a group ranging from seniors to high school students, including some with science degrees, Karlo held the attention of all present without talking down to anyone. He inspired many parents present with a greater confidence to speak to their children who struggle with the myth that science has explained away the need for God. For me it was encouraging …

Very well stated argument. This issue really is the key factor in Protestant Theology. The only Protestant doctrine that all Protestants share is that there is no Magisterium. I don’t know how someone can read your article and not at least question this foundational doctrine of Protestant Theology. Well done!