I’m a little shocked whenever I see objections like this raised against Christianity. Are people still using such nonsense? Yes! I would’ve loved to see people growing beyond petty arguments and having a proper discussion/debate where there’s some substance. But yeah, it’s too much to ask for when it comes to social media critics. When … Continue reading A response to Mission Kali on ‘The Jealous God’.
What to do when you fail to respond to an objection? You might come across an objection in a conversation raised against Christianity that you couldn't respond to. It happens to all of us. No one can have answers to all of the questions thrown at them. It reminds us that it is so important … Continue reading Failure?
Assertions aren’t arguments – a response to Reji at MissionKali.
Reji once again posted an article about Rudolf Bultmann, which can be read here. He hasn't responded to my rebuttal, yet. He only managed to pick one statement from my rebuttal and ended up writing the whole article on it. Reji thrives on misrepresentations I have already pointed out in my previous article that most … Continue reading Assertions aren’t arguments – a response to Reji at MissionKali.
“My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?” Is this the sign of a weak God?
Twitter handles like MissionKali and NoConversion often post derogatory memes depicting Jesus as a weak individual who was crying for help at the cross but no one came to rescue him. Hindus then jump on the bandwagon. Their favorite goto verse is, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me". But, does this really … Continue reading “My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?” Is this the sign of a weak God?
A rebuttal to a rebuttal
The cat is finally out of the bag - Reji is a former Christian. How do we know? Reji said so in his article, which you can read here! But that's not it. We have another ex, vouching for his ex-status - Mayaram. There's more to the story, though. Not only does she confirm his … Continue reading A rebuttal to a rebuttal
Response to Reji Matthew at Mission Kali
I have come across quite a few articles by this gentleman who goes by the name Reji Matthew. I'm not sure if that's his real name or a pen name that he's adopted. The reason being is that, in Indian culture, your religion is determined by your name. This could be the reason that such … Continue reading Response to Reji Matthew at Mission Kali