Author Archives: Scott Chandler

About Scott Chandler

As a trained academician, Scott speaks to the issues of our culture with an emphasis on apologetics.

The Intellectual Suicide of Secularism

Secularists label those of religious faith as committing intellectual suicide; they say any cause outside of materialism for explaining reality is a mindless appeal to mysticism. Yet relativism and naturalism, the twin engines of secularism, are really the 

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The Fairest Of Them All

Rooting us out from the flinty crags of our forlorn existence, the relentless pursuer of souls attends to the terms of our surrender. And after a lengthy siege we come with hands up, waving the white flag.

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Book Review- God: The Failed Hypothesis by Victor Stenger

As a qualified academician, Victor Stenger presents in this book what is perhaps the scientists’ best foot forward in defending an atheistic and purely material explanation for the world around us. Holding post both as a professor in physics and astronomy … Continue reading

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Was The Resurrection of Christ Literal or Metaphorical?

It is said that Christ is where history and theology intersect. Yet there are opposing views of the resurrection of Christ.

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The Logic of Christianity

Thomas Paine wrote in the Age of Reason, “The study of theology, as it stands in Christian churches, is the study of nothing; it is founded on nothing; it rests on no principles.” Really? Christian theology rests on “no principles”? This … Continue reading

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