#FallacyFriday: Kritik

  Kritik is a the German word for “critique”. A kritik is an a priori (Latin, meaning “from the earlier”) argument, or an argument that must be address by both sides before either can advance the broader discussion. In short, a kritik attacks the foundational premise of a debate as being fundamentally flawed. A couple(…)

How long was Jesus in the Tomb? Part 1

Unlike a lot of people, I actually enjoy having my faith positions challenged. Anything from the existence of God to whether or not the virgin birth actually happened. During this recently past Easter season, multiple people asked me about the timing of the death burial and resurrection of Jesus. I also noticed quite a few(…)

Between the Crucifixion and Resurrection

Have you ever wondered what happened while Jesus was in the tomb? We know what happened in Jerusalem immediately following the death of Jesus thanks to Matthew’s account: Then Jesus cried out again with a loud voice and gave up his spirit. Just then the temple curtain was torn in two, from top to bottom.(…)

On the Cross

The following is an excerpt from the work of Dr. C. Truman Davis, MD. As Jesus slowly sagged down with more weight on the nails in the wrist, excruciating, fiery pain shot along the fingers and up the arms to explode in the brain. The nails in the wrists were putting pressure on the median(…)

Do We Owe the Nazi Doctors an Apology?

In 1933, Nazi Germany established the Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring, which allowed compulsory sterilization of any citizen who suffered from a potential genetic disorder as determined by a “Genetic Health Court” (similar forced sterilization policies were in place at that time in California as well). These movements were largely based upon(…)