Monthly Archives: April 2020

Accuracy vs. Precision in Theology

This is an allegory; let the reader understand. It’s important to recognize the distinction between accuracy and precision in mathematics. Take the value of pi for example. Is it 3? 3.14? 3.14159? 3.1415926535? Well, in each case, the answer is … Continue reading

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Is Christian Exclusivity Arrogant?

Is it arrogant to believe Christians are right about God and everyone else is wrong? Nathan Rinne adroitly addressed that question from a student¬†on his blog recently, and it got me thinking. As common as the question is these days, … Continue reading

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