Tract #23: Tough Questions for Christians

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Tough Questions for Christians

It’s possible to be both philosophically rigorous and a Christian, but far too many Christians have not asked themselves enough tough questions about their own beliefs to make sure that they are indeed rigorous. Here are a few they might consider:

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  1. Written by Jason Eden
    on December 4, 2011 at 1:13 am
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    This is an *outstanding* list of questions!

    For the record, I am a Christian, although I hate to admit that in many initial conversations because of the identification I get with folks who probably couldn’t make it past the first four questions on your list. Some of them aren’t nearly as hard as they look, but some of them require a lot of context to form a coherent answer. They *do* have answers that fit into a logical, science-based Christian world view, but I’ll be the first to admit to you that this does not describe the world view of most who call themselves followers of Jesus. It’s a constant source of pain in my life… :)

    I have to say, I’ve just discovered and *love* your site. It’s well reasoned, internally consistent, and doesn’t strike me as being overly agenda driven. Thanks for openly allowing room for one to be philosophically rigorous and a Christian. I appreciate your tone, as well as the humor with which you present a lot of your materials.

    You (or you all, if more than one person is behind this) are someone I would love to get to know. It’s rare to get to have conversations with people who disagree who can do so in a reasoned, logical manner. I imagine you’d enjoy conversations as well. Who knows, you might even find it valuable to have a point/counterpoint discussion on these topics? I’m always up for that kind of fun.

    You presumably have my email address as a result of this post – feel free to reach out if you’d like. At any rate, thanks again for the awesome site!

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