Monthly Archives: July 2013

40 Questions to Ask a Christian: An Orthodox Response (Part 5)

Continuing with my response to Thomas Swan’s hubpages.com post, “40 Questions to Ask a Christian”, I’m now on Question #17.  My responses have been a bit lengthier than I had initially thought they would be, but these are important questions … Continue reading

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40 Questions to Ask a Christian: An Orthodox Response (Part 4)

It’s time to pick up where I left off in my response to Thomas Swan’s 40 Questions post on hubpages.com.  At this point, we’re getting into questions regarding what he calls the “Characteristics of God”.  It starts at question #14. … Continue reading

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40 Questions to Ask a Christian: An Orthodox Response (Part 3)

Continuing the short “40 Question” series, I’ll pick up where I left off at #11.  Here’s the link to the original post that inspired this reply. 11.  “Rape wasn’t always a crime in the Middle East two thousand years ago. … Continue reading

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40 Questions to Ask a Christian: An Orthodox Response (Part 2)

In this post, I’ll be continuing my response to Thomas Swan’s “40 Questions to Ask a Christian”, which is a list of 40 questions on hubpages.com designed to provoke some thought and dialogue on the part of believers.  Swan’s post … Continue reading

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40 Questions to Ask a Christian: An Orthodox Response (Part 1)

One of my favorite economists, Bob Murphy, has a recent post on his blog that I decided to comment on.  Murphy, a Christian, often posts some thoughts on religion on or around Sundays and this particular post brought out some … Continue reading

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