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On the Ending(s) of Mark’s Gospel

Published on February 7, 2016 By sirrahc

In the post titled “Newsweek Tells Christians They Are Wrong”, I mentioned that one of the examples of biblical corruption brought up by Kurt Eichenwald in his anti-evangelical, anti-Bible screed was the so-called “long(er) ending of Mark” (16:9-20). Some have called the debate about this passage the most significant textual controversy in the New Testament. […]

Another YEC/OEC Exchange, Part 1 of 2: What the Early Church Fathers Said about Creation Days

Published on September 15, 2012 By sirrahc

As you may know, I sometimes post parts of exchanges I’ve had with skeptics and young-earth creationists (YEC) on Facebook or some other forum. They can be informative and instructional — at least, to me, and hopefully for others “listening in”. They can also be as frustrating as all get out, whether because a) the […]

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