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May 7, 2015

This creature is mentioned several times in the King James Version of the Bible. According to the author of the Skeptics Annotated Bible, “A cockatrice is a serpent, hatched from a cock’s egg, that can kill with a glance. They are rare nowadays.” Of course, Wells is being facetious and thinks the cockatrice is evidence that the Bible is not divinely inspired but is merely a man-made collection of fables.

Is he right?


The Cockatrice in the KJV...

April 2, 2015

Some atheists say the Bible is unscientific because it encourages “faith-healing,” or praying for the sick instead of treating them with medicine developed through human ingenuity. These critics then cite tragic stories of “Bible-believing” parents who chose to pray for their very sick children instead of taking them to a hospital. This is then used as evidence in support of the idea that religion is inherently dangerous.

But as tragic as these and other stories are, they only tell us...

December 4, 2014

In May Gallup released a poll showing how American opinions towards the Bible have changed in the last twenty years. The poll is summarized well in the graphic to the right, but for easy reference here are the results:


1.  The Bible is the actual word of God and should be taken literally, word for word (-9%)

2.  The Bible is the inspired word of God, but not...

July 31, 2014
Jesus turns water into wine at Cana

For the past few weeks I have been consumed writing a book on Bible difficulties. By “Bible difficulties” I mean the tough passages in scripture that critics (usually atheists) use to try and prove that the Bible is not the inspired Word of God. They say these verses show the Bible is instead a mere collection of fables that were penned by “Bronze Age goat-herders.”

The typical objections include arguments that the Bible condones slavery and genocide, that the God of the Old Testament...