John MacDonald


Lamb of the Free (4)

Rillera is going to argue 4 theses regarding OT sacrifice as not being substitutionary. He outlines these as follows: So, as we go along we’ll see the arguments put forth to defend these theses. Your name Your email Subject Your message (optional)

(3) Lamb of the Free

Rillera provides some helpful foreshadowing of what we will see in the book: Your name Your email Subject Your message (optional)

(2) Lamb of the Free

From Campbell’s preface to Rillera’s book we read regarding sacrifice: Hopefully this book will go to the heart of what many believe to be the core of the Christian faith, penal substitution atonement (that Christ died to pay the sin debt we owe), refuting them, and also that secular readings of Christian origins based on (2) Lamb of the Free

The Sins of Highly Effective People

(via https://www.facebook.com/scientistsforeu/posts/3030750643693591) Have you ever wondered why brilliant people can also hold some pretty bizarre beliefs? Part of the reason is the mis-idea of intelligence in general, for instance if someone is a brilliant painter they will also be a genius at sculpture. But, another reason is that creative people see the forest despite the The Sins of Highly Effective People

Is Trump the Chosen One of God? Trump Thinks So!

Trump spent a manic Eastern posting in volume, but some posts getting the most attention are when Trump reposted the opinion that he was the special chosen one of God. For instance: See the Trump critiquing article by Ron Filipkowski HERE Your name Your email Subject Your message (optional)

Prof. Philip Goff’s New Atheist Spirituality

Professor Philip Goff is one of the world’s leading proponents of a new theory that claims the universe itself is conscious and set the conditions for the emergence of intelligent life. Could people soon be praying to this godlike cosmos? SEE ARTICLE HERE Your name Your email Subject Your message (optional)

Dr. Carlo Alvaro and Dr. Richard Carrier Debate the Kalam Cosmological Argument

Friend of Infidels Richard Carrier recently debated Carlo Alvaro on the Cosmological Argument. Alvaro apparently had a less than pleasing experience, claiming:  If you are interested in the Cosmological argument, put simplistically you can think I had parents, and they had parents, and they had parents and so on until we get back to some Dr. Carlo Alvaro and Dr. Richard Carrier Debate the Kalam Cosmological Argument