I am so excited to announce that we are launching the Canon of Reason Podcast! On the show, we intend to dive straight into some of the most challenging aspects of Christian apologetics, theology, and philosophy. If you enjoy our blog, Canon of Reason, then you will LOVE the podcast!
Transcript for President Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation from October 3, 1863
Why is it that when we see something on the internet and feel like we disagree with it, we immediately tell the person posting the content that they are wrong? Shouldn't we at least assume that we may not fully understand their position? And if we make that assumption, shouldn't we proceed by asking them to elaborate on why they hold that position rather than our own? Perhaps I am naive, but it seems that this one simple step would dramatically change how we view and interact with on another.
Hey folks! I am going to give away 20 FREE copies of my book, Canon Of Reason: Genesis (Kindle format), as soon as it is released on October 6th, 2020!
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