Seine River Cruise Travel Journal—Day 3

What is Truth? It is the question Pontius Pilate asked Jesus, and it is the question prompted by our visit this morning to Claude Monet’s home in Giverny, France. We toured Monet’s home, his flower garden, and his famous water garden. Monet’s paintings of his water garden are famous. Monet’s impressionism style is noted not […]

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Chesterton on Coincidence

“Coincidences are spiritual puns.” G. K. Chesterton

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Miracle or Fairy Tale?

As a trial lawyer, I’ve spent my career learning how to tell when someone is lying to me. Having now practiced law for over twenty years, I’ve developed an ear for the truth. It’s an important skill, particularly when working on a contingency fee. When I take a case I’m taking a risk that could […]

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Chesterton On Certain Clergymen

“For some inconceivable cause, a …’liberal’ clergyman always means a man who wishes at least to diminish the number of miracles; it never means a man who wishes to increase that number.” G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy

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Why We Can’t See God

I don’t think most atheists have an intellectual problem with the existence of God but rather an issue with sin that biases them against the existence of God.  The Bible asserts the cause of atheism is not the lack of evidence for God but the suppression of it. When I’m speeding it’s more convenient to […]

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